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Technical Manual

WD 290
Item Number: 10274-109
Version: 001-08/08
Index of contents

Index of contents
1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
1.1 Before you read on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
1.2 Target group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
1.3 Changes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
1.4 Symbols and references used . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
2 For your safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
2.1 Intended use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
2.2 Care responsibilities for dealing with the device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
2.3 Instruction of personnel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
2.4 Fields of application for the device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
2.5 Process validation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
3 Device specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
3.1 Device dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
3.2 Device dimensions with condenser (optional). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
3.3 Optional additional components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
3.3.1 Additional panneling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
3.3.2 Switchable heating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
3.3.3 Condenser with heat retrieval . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
3.3.4 Dosing pump set with "empty" indicators and flow meter . . . . . . . . 13
3.3.5 Miscellaneous . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
3.3.6 Independent content documentation system (IPD). . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
3.4 Technical data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
3.5 Setup conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
3.5.1 Surrounding conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
3.5.2 Building conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
3.6 Connection modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
3.6.1 Electric (possible versions) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
3.6.2 Water connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
3.6.3 Steam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
3.6.4 Exhaust air . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
3.6.5 Connection requirements for installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
3.6.6 Connection diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
3.6.7 Electrical function diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
3.6.8 Electrical function diagram with steam drying. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
4 Consumption data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
4.1 Water consumption for tiered tracks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
4.2 Water consumption for anaesthesia rack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
5 Device description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
5.1 Device loading side (LS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
5.2 Device unloading side (US) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
5.3 Electro drawer with PCBs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
5.4 Operating unit loading side (LS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
5.5 Operating unit unloading side (US) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
6 Service modules, software configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

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6.1 Access rights. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29


6.2 Accessing the Service Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
6.3 Operation within the input modules. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
6.4 Simultaneous opening of both doors for servicing operations . . . . 30
6.5 Service modules overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
6.6 Analysis module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
6.6.1 Starting the Analysis Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
6.6.2 Software index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
6.6.3 Current values of temperature sensors 1-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
6.6.4 Current values of Temperature Sensors 5+6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
6.6.5 Current values of level sensors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
6.6.6 Current values of flow meter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
6.6.7 Input switching statuses S101-S106. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
6.6.8 Input switching statuses S107-S112. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
6.6.9 Input switching status S113 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
6.6.10 Input switching statuses S201-206 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
6.6.11 Input switching statuses S207-212 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
6.6.12 Input switching status S213 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
6.6.13 Input switching statuses Interface PCB S301-S306 . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
6.6.14 Input switching statuses Interface PCB S307-S312 . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
6.6.15 Input switching statuses Interface PCB S313 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
6.6.16 Input switching statuses SA to SF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
6.6.17 Door position. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
6.6.18 Last ten errors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
6.6.19 Batch number for programs 1-12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
6.6.20 Hours of operation of air filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
6.6.21 Skipping steps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
6.7 Dosing module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
6.7.1 Starting the Dosing Module. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
6.7.2 Display / Modify. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
6.7.3 Program number and name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
6.7.4 Program steps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
6.7.5 Calibrating Dosing Pumps 1-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
6.7.6 Calibrating Flow Meters 1-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
6.7.7 Flow meter - current values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
6.7.8 MIX-Dosing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
6.7.9 Calibrating the dosing pumps (Time) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
6.7.10 Calibrating the flow meters (impulses) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
6.8 Control Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
6.8.1 Starting the Control Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
6.8.2 Direct selection of Actuators K11-K16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
6.8.3 Direct activation Linear Drive (M41) LS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
6.8.4 Direct activation Linear Drive (M42) US . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
6.9 Parameter Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
6.9.1 Starting the Parameter Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
6.9.2 Selecting Programs P1-P6 (Shift P7-P12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
6.9.3 Allocation of the program library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
6.9.4 Entering recipes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
6.9.5 Program library (program labels) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
6.9.6 Parameter entry overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

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6.9.7 Utility M1 Cold Water Step (CW) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45


6.9.8 Utility M2 Warm Water Step (WW) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
6.9.9 Utility M3 Mixed Water Step (CW+WW) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
6.9.10 Utility M4 DI Water Step . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
6.9.11 Utility M5 Drying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
6.9.12 Condenser M6 functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
6.9.13 Pre-heated DI water M9 (Final Rinse) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
6.9.14 Utility MA (1 step with 4 or more phases) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
6.9.15 Function F0 - inactive step . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
6.9.16 Function F1 - Pre Rinsing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
6.9.17 Functions F2-F5, F8, FD, FE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
6.9.18 Function F9 Clean Rinsing (optional IPD). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
6.9.19 Functions F6+F7 - thermal or chemical disinfection . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
6.9.20 Function FA - thermal disinfection A0=3000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
6.9.21 Function FB - thermal disinfection A0=600 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
6.9.22 Function FC - thermal disinfection A0=60. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
6.9.23 Functions FD, FE and FF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
6.10 Configuration Module 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
6.10.1 Starting the Configuration Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
6.10.2 Setting the self-disinfection timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
6.10.3 Maintenance (batch number) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
6.10.4 Ventilator operating hours (cumulative sum of drying time) . . . . . . 51
6.10.5 Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
6.10.6 Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
6.10.7 Date / time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
6.10.8 Signal K28. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
6.10.9 Machine label . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
6.10.10Entering door contact pressure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
6.10.11Pre-heating temperature / holding time DI boiler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
6.10.12Disinfection temperature / disinfection time DI boiler . . . . . . . . . . . 53
6.10.13Door configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
6.10.14Pumping off in the event of programm interruption. . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
6.10.15Supressing drainage of washing liquid according to applicable
laws for protection against infectious diseases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
6.10.16Automatic rack recognition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
6.10.17Message text in case of error . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
6.10.18Printer drivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
6.10.19Door opening at end of program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
6.10.20Door Interlock LS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
6.10.21User identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
6.10.22Rack identification. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
6.10.23Content On / Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
6.10.24Step Repetition (Foam control) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
6.11 Configuration Module 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
6.11.1 Service programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
6.11.2 Circulation pump operating level. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
6.11.3 Entering the empty level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
6.11.4 Pumping-off time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
6.11.5 Drain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
6.11.6 Calibrating the temperature sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
6.11.7 Temperature sensor allocation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
6.11.8 LS door frame final position when doors are open . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61

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6.11.9 LS door frame final position when doors are closed . . . . . . . . . . . . 61


6.11.10US door frame final position when doors are open. . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
6.11.11US door frame final position when doors are closed . . . . . . . . . . . 62
6.11.12Drying lag time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
6.11.13DI Boiler heater interlock with tank heater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
6.11.14Steam heated dryer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
6.11.15Potential-free output K28, K57 and K58 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
6.11.16Rack position in automatic loading and unloading station . . . . . . . 63
6.11.17Delay interval for washing-liquid heating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
6.11.18Waste water cooling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
6.11.19Allocation of address for the ICS 85X5 archiving system . . . . . . . . 64
6.11.20Activating Error 188 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
6.11.21Display activation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
6.11.22Password for detergent manufacturers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
6.11.23Password for clinical technicians . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
6.11.24Entering the machine number. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
6.11.25Entering the manufacturing date. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
6.11.26PCB replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
6.11.27Batch counter adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
6.11.28Modem connection (optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
6.12 Error threshold values (Limits Module) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
7 Batch print-out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
7.1 Program operation batch print-out (batch documentation) . . . . . . . 68
7.2 Batch print-out in the event of error or program interruption . . . . . . 69
7.3 Printing the setup settings and program recipe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
8 Configuration of connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
8.1 Inputs / outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
8.2 Inputs X4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
8.2.1 SA Peak load block (building) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
8.2.2 SB Floor pan leakage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
8.2.3 SC DI boiler code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
8.2.4 SD DI boiler float switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
8.2.5 SE Open LS door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
8.2.6 SF Close door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
8.3 Temperature sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
8.4 Interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
8.4.1 Batch Documentation System ICS 8535 / 8565 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
8.4.2 Telegram allocation for batch documentation system. . . . . . . . . . . 72
8.4.3 Overview of printer, barcode reader and modem interfaces . . . . . . 74
9 Downloading the control software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
9.1 Software selection and download . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
10 Errors with program interruption and their elimination . . . . . . 76
10.1 Procedure in the event of errors with process interruption . . . . . . . 76
10.2 Low voltage colour code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
10.3 Error display / error code table / cause and remedy . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
11 Process data of factory programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
11.1 Process time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90

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11.2 Water and electric power consumption . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90


11.3 Why self-disinfection? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
11.4 Validated process parameters P1-P12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
11.4.1 Deleting programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
11.5 Allocation of the utilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
11.5.1 With condenser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
11.5.2 DI water pre-heating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
11.5.3 Deactivating program steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
11.6 Overview of ex-factory programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
11.7 P1 Alkaline washing of anaesthetic material. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
11.8 P2 Mildly alkaline washing of anaesthetics material . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
11.9 P3 Alkaline washing of OP shoes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
11.10 P4 Alkaline washing of instruments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
11.11 P5 Alkaline intensive washing of instruments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
11.12 P6 Highly alkaline washing of instruments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
11.13 P7 Neutral washing of containers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
11.14 P8 Neutral washing of MIS instruments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
11.15 P9 Alkaline washing of MIS instruments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
11.16 P10 Alkaline washing of baby bottles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
11.17 P11 Alkaline intensive washing of laboratory glassware . . . . . . . 103
11.18 P12 Supplemental drying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
12 Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
12.1 Maintenance in general. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
12.2 Replacing the controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
12.3 Error code and batch number statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
12.4 Overview of maintenance intervals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
12.5 Spare parts for maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
12.6 Maintenance of the bottom washing arm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
12.7 Maintenance of the top washing arm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
12.8 Cleaning fine screens and coarse screen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112
12.9 Cleaning the water intake pre-filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
12.10 Tube clamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
12.11 Heating elements / dryer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
12.12 Steam heating. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
12.13 Dosing system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
12.13.1Peristaltic tubes for peristaltic pumps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
12.14 Drying system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
12.14.1Air tubes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
12.14.2Pre-filter and fine filter (HEPA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
12.14.3Non-return valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
12.14.4Differential pressure (optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
12.15 Door system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
12.15.1Safety switch actuator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
12.15.2Replacing the door seal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
12.15.3Retighten door belt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
12.15.4Vertical door movement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120

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12.15.5Readjusting door clearance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121


12.15.6Calibrate door setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
12.16 Pull out electro drawer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
12.17 Maintenance of electrical installations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
12.18 Dismantling the door system (loading side) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
12.19 Dismantling the door system (unloading side) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128
12.20 Dismantling linear motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129
12.21 Calibrating temperature sensors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131
12.21.1Objective . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131
12.21.2Using calibrated reference sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131
12.21.3Using calibrating bath . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132
12.22 Automatic loading and unloading (optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132
13 Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
13.1 Disposing of packaging material . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
13.2 Disposal of the device. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
14 Conformity and certifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134
15 Organisation Belimed AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135
15.1 Manufacturer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135
15.2 Subsidiaries, Customer Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135
16 Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136

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1 Introduction
1.1 Before you read on
Your product meets high standards and is easy to operate. Nevertheless, please
take time to read these instructions carefully. You will become familiarised with
your product and be able to use it to its best.

1.2 Target group


These instructions are a component of the product and are intended for the own-
er, users, operators, as well as servicing personnel. They must be accessible for
this group of persons.

1.3 Changes
The text, graphics and data correspond to the technical status of the product at
the time of going to print. Changes due to further development may occur.
Language original for this document is German (DE)

1.4 Symbols and references used


The following symbols and occupational safety alerts used throughout the docu-
mentation are important to avoid harm to health and life.

Danger
Indicates a hazard with high risk which, if not avoided, causes death or seri-
ous injury.

Warning
Indicates a hazard with medium risk which, if not avoided, can cause death or
serious injury.

Caution
Indicates a hazard with low risk which, if not avoided, can cause minor or
moderate injury.

Note
Operating tips and useful information on the best possible utilization.

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2 For your safety


We affirm with the EC Declaration of Conformity and the CE mark that this prod-
uct complies with the basic health and safety requirements in accordance with
Directive 93/42/EEC Annex II (see Chap. 14 "Conformity and certifications").
Hazards may still arise from the product if it is used incorrectly by inadequately
trained personnel or not as intended.

2.1 Intended use


This product is exclusively approved for the uses stated in the instructions.
Namely for central sterilisation, substerilisation in surgery, in hospitals, clinical
laboratories and in industry. All other applications are considered as non-intend-
ed use.

2.2 Care responsibilities for dealing with the device


• Only use original racks, spare parts and accessories
• Load racks as intended (see Chap. 5 "Device description")
• Daily maintenance work on the device must be performed regularly and ac-
cording to instructions (see Chap. 12 "Maintenance")
• Validation of the program parameters must be performed regularly (see
Chap. 2.5 "Process validation")
• Installation, deinstallation, maintenance or modification must only be
performed by persons authorised by Belimed

2.3 Instruction of personnel


This product must only be used, maintained and repaired by authorised, trained
and briefed personnel. This assumes that these instructions are read and under-
stood.
Responsibilities and competencies in operation, servicing and maintenance
must be clearly defined and observed.

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2.4 Fields of application for the device


Cleaning and disinfection of:
• surgical instruments
• minimal-invasive instruments
• instruments used in anaesthesia and intensive care
• baby bottles and teats
• containers
• OP shoes
• laboratory instruments from research and production
• rigid endoscopes
• eye instruments
• neurosurgery

2.5 Process validation


The aim of process validation is to achieve a high level of safety in the recondi-
tioning of medical devices in order to afford the operators and patients the great-
est possible protection.
Process validation consists of:
a) Type testing / factory testing
b) Process validation consisting of:
• IQ - Installation Qualification
• OQ - Operational Qualification
• PQ - Performance Qualification
c) Routine testing / Annual requalification

Note
Further information on process validation may be obtained from Belimed
Customer Service.

Caution
Validation must only be performed by authorised persons!
Devices must only be operated with processes validated according to instruc-
tions! Only use components(washing utensils, racks, program and chemi-
cals) that have been validated together.
The safety of operators and patients may be compromised if the devices
used are not validated in accordance with the regulations.

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3 Device specifications
3.1 Device dimensions

Dimensions Measurements
Height 1,840 mm
Width 900 mm
Depth 940 mm
Height of base 100 mm
Loading height 870 mm
Clearance height of washing chamber min./max. 690 mm
Clearance width of washing chamber min./max. 630 mm
Clearance depth of washing chamber 800 mm
Dimension height of rack 670 mm
Dimension width of rack 610 mm
Dimension depth of rack 750 mm
Unloaded weight 315 kg
Total weight 390 kg
Volume of washing chamber min./max. 310/350 l
(See Chap. 5 "Device description")

m 900m
940m m

m
800m

610m
m
690mm
max. 670mm

m
750m
1840mm

630m
m
870mm

100mm

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3.2 Device dimensions with condenser (optional)

Dimensions Measurements
Height 2,200 mm
Width 900 mm
Depth 940 mm
Height of base 100 mm
Loading height 870 mm
Clearance height of washing chamber min./max. 690 mm
Clearance width of washing chamber min./max. 630 mm
Clearance depth of washing chamber 800 mm
Dimension height of rack 670 mm
Dimension width of rack 610 mm
Dimension depth of rack 750 mm
Unloaded weight 375 kg
Total weight 500 kg
Volume of washing chamber min./max. 310/350 l

m 900m
940m m

360mm
m
800m

610m
m
690mm
max. 670mm

2200mm

m
750m

630m
m
870mm

100mm

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3.3 Optional additional components

3.3.1 Additional panneling

• Side panel, 2 doors


• Side panel, single door
• Rear panel, single door
• Base panelling
• Intermediate panelling
• Panelling for condenser and DI water pre-heating
Detailed descriptions (see installation instructions WD290 Item No. 10273)

3.3.2 Switchable heating

• Dual water heating with steam or electricity, manually switchable (see in-
structions WD290 Item No. 10268) and (spare parts list Item No. 76861)
• Dual water heating with steam or electricity, automatically switchable (see
spare parts list Item No. 76861)

3.3.3 Condenser with heat retrieval

• Condenser with DI water pre-heating and heat retrieval


• Exhaust air condenser
• DI water pre-heating
Detailed descriptions:
(Chap. 6.10.11 "Pre-heating temperature / holding time DI boiler")
(Chap. 6.10.12 "Disinfection temperature / disinfection time DI boiler")
(Chap. 6.11.13 "DI Boiler heater interlock with tank heater")
(Chap. 3.6.7 "Electrical function diagram")

3.3.4 Dosing pump set with "empty" indicators and flow meter

• Empty state monitor for dosage media small/large (see Chap. 6.7 "Dosing
module") and (instructions Item No. 10268).
• Flow monitor for dosage media (see Chap. 6.7 "Dosing module") and (in-
structions Item No. 10268).
• Dosing pumps with "empty" indicators (max. 5 units) (see Chap. 6.7 "Dosing
module") and (instructions Item No. 10268).

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3.3.5 Miscellaneous

• Diverse racks (instructions supplied separately with the rack)


• Steam heating (tank heating) (see Chap. 6.11.17 "Delay interval for washing-
liquid heating") and (Chap. 3.6.8 "Electrical function diagram with steam dry-
ing")
• Steam dryer (see Chap. 6.11.14 "Steam heated dryer") and (Chap. 3.6.8
"Electrical function diagram with steam drying")
• Floor pan with leakage - sensor (see Chap. 8.2.2 "SB Floor pan leakage")
and (installation instructions Item No. 73895)
• Drainage pump for emptying the device (see Chap. 6.11.5 "Drain")
• Build-in printer LS or US (see instructions WD290 Item No. 10268)
• Tabletop printer (see installation instructions Item No. 73726)
• Service program recipe management with diagnostic software CADI for PC
via RS 232 (see instructions Item No. 73473)
• Pressure gradient monitoring system sterile filter to dryer (see spare parts list
Item No. 76848)
• Modem connector for remote maintenance (see Chap. 6.11.28 "Modem con-
nection (optional)")
• Automatic loading and unloading (see instructions Item No. 76356)
• User, content and rack identification system using barcode reader (instruc-
tions Item No. 73939)
• Content documentation system with PC ICS 8535 or 8565 (see Chap.
6.11.19 "Allocation of address for the ICS 85X5 archiving system")
• Emergency Stop unloading side (see instructions WD290 Item No. 10268)
• IQ, OQ, PQ documentation
• Barcode reader for PC (siehe Chap. 6.10.16 "Automatic rack recognition")
and (instructions Item No. 73939)
• Potential-free contacts (see Chap. 6.11.15 "Potential-free output K28, K57
and K58") and (installation instructions Item No. 76896)

3.3.6 Independent content documentation system (IPD)

Independent content documentation system (IPD) for conductivity measurement,


analogue pressure, two additional temperature sensors and redundant flow mon-
itoring system. Process verification between controller and independent content
documentation system
Detailed information:
(see technical manual IPD Item No. 76666)

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3.4 Technical data

Perfomance characteristics / components Data/performance/specifi-


cations
Nominal scooping performance of circulation pump 900 l/min
Effective scooping performance of circulation pump 750 l/min
Power rating of circulation pump 2200 W
Material of pump rotor Chromium steel 1.4301
400 V electrical tank heating capacity 22.5 kW
200-230V electrical tank heating capacity 18 kW
Steam tank heating capacity (4.5 bar) 30 kW
Length of washing arm in the device 600 mm
Drain valve Chromium steel 1.4301
Dosing pumps 24 V AC / 10l / min
Number of dosing pumps in basic model 3-5
Flow meters for impulse measurement Max. 4 (optional)
Dryer electrical heating capacity 10.5 kW
Dryer heating capacity for steam and pure steam 16 kW at 3 bar
Dryer (2 brush-free DC turbines) 2.4 kW
Dryer fan ventilation capacity 380 m³/h
Air filter: Filter class H13 EN 1822, retention rate for particle size 99.95%
from 0.1-0.2 µ
Heat radiation when standing free 500 (+/- 200) W/h
Noise level 62 dB (A)
Opening and closing of washing chamber doors automatic
Door safety shut-off Safety switch actuator
Washing chamber seal Silicone
Washing chamber and doors of chromium steel (CNS) 1.4404, AISI 316 L
Frame and panelling of chromium steel (CNS) Chromium steel 1.4301
Thickness of washing chamber wall 1.5 mm
Drainage pump (optional) 100 l/min

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3.5 Setup conditions

3.5.1 Surrounding conditions

Criterion Requirement
Max. altitude of setup location 1600 m above sea level
Max. humidity 80%
Surrounding or room temperature +5°C to +40°C
Degree of contamination 2 (P2)

Caution
Avoid direct sunlight and one-sided air currents (close to window).

3.5.2 Building conditions

Criterion Requirement
Space required per machine 5 m2
Min. load capacity of floor 500 kg/m2
Floor characteristics fire proof
Minimum distance between machines 50 mm
Evenness of floor - difference in levels < 10 mm

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3.6 Connection modules

3.6.1 Electric (possible versions)

Voltage 400 V 3N 208 V 200-220 V 200-220 V


AC / 50 Hz 3 AC / 60 Hz 3 AC / 50 Hz 3 AC / 60 Hz
Electrically heated
• Washing chamber
• Dryer
• DI Boiler "locked"
Power rating of connection 25 kW 20 kW 21 kW 21 kW
Fuse 40 A 50 A 60 A 60 A
Steam heated
• Washing chamber
Electrically heated
• Dryer
• DI Boiler "locked"
Power rating of connection 13 kW 13 kW 13 kW 13 kW
Fuse 25 A 40 A 40 A 40 A
Steam heated
• Washing chamber
• Dryer
Power rating of connection 3.5 kW 3.5 kW 3.5 kW 3.5 kW
Fuse 16 A 15 A 16 A 16 A
Steam heated
• Washing chamber
• Dryer
Electrically heated
• DI Boiler "unlocked"
Power rating of connection 13 kW 13 kW 13 kW 13 kW
Fuse 25 A 40 A 40 A 40 A
(See Chap. 6.11.13 "DI Boiler heater interlock with tank heater")

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3.6.2 Water connections

Cold water (CW) Min. temperature °C 5


(see Chap. 6.9.7 "Utility M1 Max. temperature °C 20
Cold Water Step (CW)") Max. water hardness °dH <3
Total salt mg/l < 500
Chloride content mg/l < 100
pH 5-8
Min. flow pressure kPa 200
Max. pressure kPa 600
Min. volume flow l/min 8
Connection thread on building side DIN inch 3/4"
44991
Warm water (WW) Max. temperature °C 60
(see Chap. 6.9.8 "Utility M2 Max. water hardness °dH <3
Warm Water Step (WW)") Total salt mg/l < 500
Chloride content mg/l < 100
pH 5-8
Min. flow pressure KPa 200
Max. pressure KPa 600
Volume flow l/min 8
Connection thread on building side DIN inch 3/4"
44991
DI Water (DI) Max. recommended conductivity µS/cm < 5
(see Chap. 6.9.10 "Utility M4 pH 5-7
DI Water Step") Total hardness mmol/l 0.02
Salt content mg/l < 10
Phosphate mg/l < 0.5
Silicate mg/l <1
Chloride mg/l <2
Min. flow pressure kPa 200
Max. pressure kPa 600
Volume flow l/min 8
Connection thread on building side DIN inch 3/4"
44991
Waste water Max. temperature °C 93
Connection DN 55
Max. short term discharge l/min 150
Further information:
(6.9.6 "Parameter entry overview")

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3.6.3 Steam

Heating steam Max. steam gauge pressure KPa 600


Max. boiling temperature °C 160
Design capacity at 600 MPa/160°C kg/h 50
Connection thread (flat sealing) Inch 1/2" external
thread
Water heating Mass flow of saturated steam kg/min 0.8
(See Chap. 6.11.17 "Delay Consumption / batch at 3 bar kg 12-16
interval for washing-liquid
heating")
Dryer Mass flow of saturated steam kg/min 0.45
(See Chap. 6.11.14 "Steam Consumption / batch for 10 min kg 4.5
heated dryer") drying (at 3 bar)
(See Chap. 3.6.5 "Connection requirements for installation")

3.6.4 Exhaust air

Exhaust air connection Connecting piece machine side mm D 114.5


I. Exhaust facility con- Max. length of exhaust air pipe on building side m 5
nected directly to out- Exhaust air volume flow 3
m /h 250-350
door surroundings(not
recommended) Temperature average / short term max. °C 70/90

Do not merge the exhaust Rel. humidity average / short term max. % 80/100
facilities of several clean- Exhaust air pipe maximum permissible pres- Pa 350
ing and disinfecting units sure drop
II. Connection without Volume flow of buildig exhaust facility m3/h 250-350
condenser to building Temperature average / short term max. °C 70/90
exhaust facility with fan
Rel. humidity average / short term max. % 80/100
III. Connection with con- Volume flow of buildig exhaust facility m3/h 250-350
denser to building exhaust Temperature average / short term max. °C 70/90
facility with fan
Rel. humidity average / short term max. % <70/100
Condenser performance kW 2.7
Quantity of condensate ml ~100ml
(applies to thermal disinfection only; A0 3000
93°C; 12 minutes drying at 120°C)
Further information:
(see Chap. 3.6.5 "Connection requirements for installation") and (6.9.12 "Con-
denser M6 functions")

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3.6.5 Connection requirements for installation

Building side Machine side


Water connections: • Shut-off valve 3/4 inch • 2 m of armoured tubing
CW, WW, DI • Fine filter 3/4" / mesh width 250µ
(See Chap. 3.6.2 "Water • Free flow passage
connections")
Drain • Floor drain with syphon, heat • T-piece for condensate drainage
resistant up to 93°C ID= 20mm / OD= 26 mm
• Drainage nozzle OD (outside • Drainage tube EPDM
diameter) = 55 mm ID = 55 mm
Drainage pump • Drainage pipe with syphon, • Max. delivery height 1m
heat resistant up to 93°C 100l/min (optional)
• Drainage tube EPDM
ID = 19 mm
Exhaust air • Exhaust air pipe ID = 115 mm, • Exhaust air pipe OD = 114.5 mm
(See Chap. 3.6.4 "Exhaust water resistant, waterproof • Condensed water collector with
air") • Motor-driven exhaust flap drainage
• Draught interruptor, exhaust air • Exhaust flap with false-air open-
channel ing
Electrical mains connec- • 50 Hz 400V 40 Amp 3 P+N • Cable 5x6mm2, L=4m,
tion electric heating H07 RN-F
(See Chap. 3.6.1 "Electric • 50 Hz 400V 25 Amp 3 P+N • Cable 5x2.5mm2, L=3.5m,
(possible versions)") steam heating H07 RN-F
• 60 Hz 208V 30 Amp 3P steam • Protective tube L=1.3m,
heating cable 60Hz/AWG 8
• 60/50 Hz 200V 60 Amp 3P • Cable 4x10mm2, L=4m
• Line safety switch 52A for phas-
es L1, L2, L3
Installation category (CAT II)
Largest permissible mains volt-
age fluctuation +/- 10%
Steam connection • Two shut-off valves 1/2 inch • One 2/2 solenoid valve 1/2"
(See Chap. 3.6.3 "Steam") • Dirt separator 1/2 inch 24VAC

• Isolated armoured tube • Connection G1/2" 60°inner cone


2 x 3.5 m • Outlet G1/2" 60° inner cone
• Pressure gauge recommended • Two condensate separators 1/2"
• Two non-return valves

Warning
Maximum operating pressure 7 bar! A building excess-pressure protective
device at the steam connection site with 7 bar response pressure must be
provided.
Use certified armatures only!

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Note
Pressurised air connection must not be provided.
Steam supply pipes and discharge pipes are flushed via bypass.
(Keep electrical supply and steam supply seperate.

3.6.6 Connection diagrams

1
12
2

11 3

10
7
9
8

Fig 207

1 Cold water supply (blue)


2 Warm water supply (red)
3 DI water supply (green)
4 Steam connections (optional)
5 Main connecting cable
6 Floor-type connection
7 Drainage valve
8 Water drainage
9 Drainage tube
10 Drainage pump (optional)
11 Exhaust air casing
12 Exhaust air pipe

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3.6.7 Electrical function diagram

DI WW CW 1) Water connections
1
30
2
2) DI Boiler
Y27
SD 3 3) Float switch
29 NTC4
T
R26
4 4) Water temperature
14
sensor
28
Y14 5) Boiler valve
5
27 6) Pressure switch for
clogged screen
S109
7) Pressure switch
6
26
Y13 Y12 Y11 S211 8) Level sensor
P 7
P1
9) Free flow passage
25 8

9
10) Safety level pressure
switch
24 S31
S101
S102
10 11) Non-return flap
23 S103
S106 NTC2 12) Filter differential pres-
S107 T
S105 sure switch
13) Temperature limiter
11
14) Dryer heating
22 15) Pressure sensor ven-
11
14
tilator
21
S212
12 16) Ventilators with fine
4 T T
13
filters
NTC 1
NTC 5

M15

20
14 17) Electro drawer
R18

P18
15 18) Drainage valve,
Y31 16 drainage pump
18 M17.1 M17.2
19) Drain
19 17
20) Circulation pump
18
21) Codensate
Fig 237 22) Tank heater, heat ex-
M31
changer
23) Rack coding
24) Racks
25) Exhaust air con-
densed water
26) Water valves
27) Exhaust flap
28) Condenser
29) Water valves
30) Exhaust air

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3.6.8 Electrical function diagram with steam drying

1) Building steam connec-


DI WW CW
tion
34 1
2) DI Boiler
33
2
3) Float switch
SD
30
Y27 NTC4 3 4) Water temperature sen-
T
R26
4
sor
32 5
5) Temperature limiter
Y14 6) Boiler valve
6
31 7) Pressure switch for
clogged screen
S109 8) Pressure switch
7
30
Y12 Y11
9) Level sensor
Y13 S211

P
P1
8 10) Safety level pressure
9 switch
11) Air temperature sensor
29 S31
12) Non-return flap
S101
S102
10 13) Filter differential pres-
28
S103
S106 NTC2
sure switch
S107 T 11
S105 14) Pressure sensor ventila-
27
tors
15) Dryer heat exchanger
12
16) Codensate
17) Ventilators
12
26 18) Electro drawer
13
4 T T
M15 S212 19) Fine filter
14
NTC5

NTC1

25
16
P18
20) Drain
15
24 21) Drainage pump
22) Drain valve
23
16 23) Dryer steam valve
16

Y31
24) Tank heating
17
22 steam valve
21
M17.1 M17.2 18
25) Circulation pump
19
M31 20
26) Tank heat exchanger
27) Rack
Fig 238
28) Rack coding
29) Condensed water from
exhaust air
30) Water valves
31) Exhaust flap
32) Condenser
33) Exhaust air
34) Water connections

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4 Consumption data
The following data in the table were measured with the single-tier rack.

Description Water consumption (litres)* Consumption of chemicals (ml)


CW WW DI Total Type Concen- Con-
tration sumption
Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max
1. Pre Rinse 31 40 31 40
2. Washing** 16 18 15 18 31 40 Chemicals 5.0 ml/l 155 200
3. Neutralisa- 31 40 31 40 Neutraliser 1.5 ml/l 46 60
tion
4. Rinsing / 31 40 31 40
disinfecting
Total 47 58 46 58 31 40 124 160
*depending on load
**Relation CW / WW depends on temperature and programming

4.1 Water consumption for tiered tracks


1-tier rack approx. 31 litres
2-tier rack approx. 33 litres
3-tier rack approx. 34 litres
4-tier rack approx. 35 litres
5-tier rack approx. 36 litres

4.2 Water consumption for anaesthesia rack


Anaesthesia rack approx. 40 litres

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5 Device description
5.1 Device loading side (LS)

10

8 3

Fig 201

1 Door drive (behind the panel)


2 Washing chamber door made of double-layer safety glass
3 Operating unit
4 Main switch (with EMERGENCY OFF function)
5 Service panel
6 Location type label
7 Transfer cart
8 Rack
9 Automatic washing chamber door
10 Safety strip

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5.2 Device unloading side (US)

Fig 301

1 Door drive (behind the panel)


2 Operating unit with door button
3 Washing chamber door made of double-layer safety glass
4 Service panel

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5.3 Electro drawer with PCBs

Fig 241

1 Processor PCB ECU 2000


2 Linear drive Door Contact Pressure PCB
3 Interface PCB
4 Door switch relay

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5.4 Operating unit loading side (LS)

1) Display
– With screensaver "BELIMED INFEC-
1 TION CONTROL"; display appears
2 3 4 5 automatically after 1 h. Press any but-
ton, display "Program ready" appears
again
Program 1 1 2) Cursor key left
Program 2 2 – Print operating data such as program
recipe and setup parameters
Program 3 3
6 – Self-disinfection On/Off
Program 4 4 – IPD verification On/Off
Program 5 5 3) Cursor key right
– Acoustic signal On/Off
Program 6 6
4) Cursor key down
7
– Printer On/Off
8
5) Cursor key up
– Shift button Programs P7 - P12
6) Program buttons
– Selection of Programs P1 - P6, with
Fig 179 Shift P7 - P12
7) Door button
– Open/close door
8) On/Off button
– Display batch number (press 4 sec-
onds)

5.5 Operating unit unloading side (US)

1) Display
3
– With screensaver "BELIMED INFEC-
TION CONTROL"; display appears
1
automatically after 1 h. Press any but-
ton, display "Program ready" appears
RUN again
ERROR
2
2) Door button
4
– Open/close door
3) RUN
LED lit = in progress
Fig 178 4) ERROR
LED lit = error
(See Chap. 10 "Errors with program inter-
ruption and their elimination")

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6 Service modules, software configuration


6.1 Access rights

Specialised personnel Input modules Access


Detergent manufacturers Analysis Module; Dosing Module Password A
Hospital clinical technicians Analysis Module; Dosing Mod- Password B
ule; Servo Control Module;
Parameter Module; Configura-
tion Module 1; Configuration
Module 2
Belimed service techni- All modules Hardware key
cians

6.2 Accessing the Service Module

With Hardwarekey push button for 5 sec.


0I Without Hardwarekey push button for 5 sec.

Password ?
---
Enter Password
Select buttons 1-6
Password correct

0I

1 Analysis
2 Dosage

3 Control
4 Parameter

5 Configuration
6 Limits

Remote Support
Initialize Modem
Fig 110

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6.3 Operation within the input modules


 Press button 0I
for 5 s
 Enter password
 Cursor functions using buttons within the display

Note
The value is stored when leaving by means of the cursor.

 With button to next module


 Exit or to higher level with button 0I

6.4 Simultaneous opening of both doors for servicing operations

Warning
Simultaneous opening of both doors is permitted for servicing operations
only! Do not transfer washing utensils from loading to unloading side using
this function!
Procedure:
 Display message "Program ready"
 Press button 0I
LS for five seconds
 LS door opens
 Password request
 Keep pressing button and enter password
 US door opens

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Program ready Batch No. 978
OI OI
12.09.2001 09:44 820230 0101 524
4 Sec

6.5
Door open P1 15Min Print Operating Buzzer Printer Program P7 - P12
1 Prewash 19°C Data Start On / Off On / Off shift

Password ? Remonte Support


OI

Service modules overview


--- Initialize Modem Only with Modem, phone number at Configuration
6 Sec 4 Sec Modem Empty
From 20 To P1 DO
Password ?
OI 321
Password?
6 Sec
261

1 Analysis
2 Dosage Analysis 2 Dosage Parameter Configuration Limits
1 2 3 Control 4 5 6
3 Control Last mod 13.08.2001 Last mod. 16.11.2001 Last mod. 16.11.2001 Last mod. 16.11.2001
4 Parameter Software Index Display / Modify P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 Display / Modify Timer Self Disinf. VE Boiler SD
5 Configuration VX.XX Program P1-P6? 11 12 13 14 15 16 Program P1-P6? 24 Hours 15 Min
6 Limits T1= 10°C T2= 18°C Program No. 2 Program P1 Service Batch Count CW Water P1
11 CW valve 1
T3= 15°C T4= 15°C 2 Instrumente Normal 2 12 WW valve Instruments Normal 1000 5 Min (Kw Y11)
L1= 0.51V L2= 0.57V 1.1 Prewash 36°C 13 DI valve Op. Time Air Filter WW Water P1
Instruments Normal Reset Timer 200h 5 Min (WW Y12)
PL=0.49V PR= 0.00V 02Min HT0 D1 1.8ml 14 empty AN Material Normal Language DI Water P1
Imp1=3551 Imp2=2547 Doser 1 Time 15 Circulating pump
Imp3=0000 Imp4=0000 OI 1.00 L/6Min 0 16 Tank heater
MIC Instruments Deutsch 3 Min (VE Y13)
Doser 1 Impulse OP Shoes Unit of Temp. F/C° DI Water Boiler
S1 01 02 03 04 05 06 17 Dryer ventilator
5300 Imp/L 5360 18 Dryer heater ec. Datum / Zeit EU / USA 3 Min (M14)
1 0 1 0 1 0
Imp1=3551 Imp2=2547 21 Dosing pump 1 Date / Time Drain P1
Door Position 1 1.1 Prewash 36°C
Imp3=0000 Imp4=0000 22 Dosing pump 2 26.06.2006 10:03 3 Min (Ablauf Y31)
DS= 225 CS= 230 02Min HT0 D1 1.8ml
0: Error 101 P2 S2.1 Start/Stop Mix D1=0.0L D2=0.0L 23 Dosing pump 3 Signal Delta Temp NTC 1
15.10.2001 15:31 A D3=0.0L D4=0.0L 24 Dosing pump 4 On / Off 3 Min (Bottich)
2 25 cool down valve Name Washer Delta Temp NTC 4
Batch count 1.2 Prewash 36°C
Prog P1 1245 26 Boiler heater Cleaner 23 5 Min (Boiler)
27 DI boiler valve 02Min HT0 D1 1.8ml Door Press Force
Op. Time Air Filter
42h 28 Signal DS = 0.6A CS = 0.6A
Empty
10274

Step over 31 Drain valve From 20 To P1 Do Pre Heat


Final pos CS Pot=005
001

S2.1 Start 32 Conveyer 85°C 24 Hours


Themal Desinfektion P1=open P2=Ok.008
33 Rackmotor chamber
95°C 05Min Final pos DS Pot=225
34 Conveyer
P1S1 037° 05M-060° 05M Number of Doors P1=clos P2=Ok.235
35 Door DS open
F2M3D1=2.6L- D2=0.0L 2/1 Dryer Cooling Time
36 Door DS close
Drain at interrup 30 Sec
37 Door CS open
On / Off Lock Heater Boiler
38 Door CS close
Basket Coding On / Off
57 Signal (Exhaust flap) Dryer Steam
58 Signal (Pre-Shut off Function: On / Off / Only
Fault Massage On / Off
valve) F0= Inactivating step Output K28
F1= Pre-rinse (M1) Tech Dienst Tel. 2211
P1 P2 255 Printer Program finished
F2= Cleaning (M3) Output K57
41 O 41 C Panel
F3= Neutralizing (M3) Program run
P1 P2 255 F4= Rinsing (M3) Door open by Pro End
1 42 O 42 C On / Off Output K58
F5= Condensing (M6)
Door Interlock Exhaust Flap
F6= Chemical disinfektion (M3)
On / Off Delay Rack Position
F7= Thermal disinfektion (M4,M9)
User Identification 200 ms
F8= Drying (M5)
F9= Clean rinsing (M8) On / Off Interval Water Heat
FA= Thermal disinf. A0=3000 Rack Identification 10 Sec
FB= Thermal disinf. A0=600 On / Off Cool down Y25
FC= Thermal disinf. A0=60 Batch Contnet Ident On / Off
FD= Final rinse On / Off Interface
Standard programs: FE= Second rinse Step Repetition S109 Adress RS485 0
0 Reset all variablen On / Off Digital Interface 1
1 Test program On/Off
6 Suppement Drying Medium: Only Hardware Key Working Level Display type
7 Pre Rinse M1 Cold water 1.7V Europ / English
20 Instruments normal M2 Warm water Emp ty Level Passwort Doser
21 Instruments intensiv M3 Mided water (w+c) 0.5 V XXX
22 Basins M4 DI water (decalcified) Drain time Passwort Costumer
23 Container M5 Drying (air) 5sec. XXX
24 AN Material Normal M6 Condensing with air Machine Number
Drain
25 AN Material Intensiv 099820_0011_12
M7 ---------- Valve / Pump
26 MIC Instrumentes
M8 Disinfected DI 55°C Calibrate Temp Manufacturing Date
27 Flex Endo normal
M9 Pre-heated DI 93°C 24,5°C + 0.2 = 24.7°C 12.12.2000
28 Flex Endo intensive
MA ----- Temperatur Sensors PCB Changed Date
Fig 235
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NTC / PT100 12.12.2000


Final pos DS Pot=005 Batch Counter Start
P1=open P2=Ok.008 0
Final pos DS Pot=225 Support Phone No.
P1=clos P2=Ok.235 ,0W0414497260
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6.6 Analysis module


The following operating status parameters can be analysed and diagnosed. No
entries possible! In this module, queries can be processed while the machine
is running.
The components are shown in the function diagram (see Chap. 3.6.7 "Electrical
function diagram") and (Chap. 3.6.8 "Electrical function diagram with steam dry-
ing").

6.6.1 Starting the Analysis Module

Function Display message


LED button 1 lit Analysis

6.6.2 Software index

Function Display message


Display message flashes. This is true for all subsequent analysis Software index
steps. Press button to change further. VX.XX
Pressing button 0I
stops current program and continues in analysis
module.

6.6.3 Current values of temperature sensors 1-4

Function Display message


NTC1 = washing chamber T1=45.2°C T2=45.0°C
NTC2 = dryer T3=30.1°C T4=85.8°C
NTC3 = empty
NTC4 = DI boiler
Further information:
(see Chap. 6.11.6 "Calibrating the temperature sensors"
6.11.7 "Temperature sensor allocation"

6.6.4 Current values of Temperature Sensors 5+6

Function Display message


NTC5 = Washing Chamber Monitoring Sensor T5=45.3°C T6=85.2°C
NTC6 = DI Boiler Monitoring Sensor
Further information:
(see Chap. 6.11.6 "Calibrating the temperature sensors"
6.11.7 "Temperature sensor allocation"

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6.6.5 Current values of level sensors

Function Display message


L1(Level 1) and L2 (Level 2) are current values of level sensors. Oper- L1=1.20V L2=1.02V
ating level approx. 1.7 V; empty level approx. 0.5 V. PL=0.00V PR=O.00V
PL (pressure left) and PR (pressure right) are current values of the
pressure sensors.
Further information:
(see Chap. 6.9.7 "Utility M1 Cold Water Step (CW)")
(Chap. 6.11.2 "Circulation pump operating level")
(Chap. 6.11.3 "Entering the empty level")

6.6.6 Current values of flow meter

Function Display message


Impulses Imp=3551 Imp=2547
(see Chap. 6.7 "Dosing module") Imp=0000 Imp=0000

6.6.7 Input switching statuses S101-S106

Function Display message


S101 = automatic program recognition S1 01 02 03 04 05 06
S102 = automatic program recognition 1 0 1 0 1 0
S103 = automatic program recognition
S104 = external reset / close US door (automatic)
S105 = T rack positioning/test
S106 = D automatic program recognition

6.6.8 Input switching statuses S107-S112

Function Display message


S107 = E automatic program recognition S1 07 08 09 10 11 12
S108 = F automatic program recognition 1 0 0 1 0 1
S109 = pressure switch for clogged screen (opener)
S110 = LS door auxiliary relay closed
S111 = US door auxiliary relay closed
S112 = LS door switch open

6.6.9 Input switching status S113

Function Display message


S113 = US door switch closed S1 13
1

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6.6.10 Input switching statuses S201-206

Function Display message


S201 = Empty Level Indicator 1 S2 01 02 03 04 05 06
S202 = Empty Level Indicator 2 1 1 1 1 1 1
S203 = Empty Level Indicator 3
S204 = Empty Level Indicator 4
S205 = Empty Level Indicator 5
S206 = automatic loading and unloading station

6.6.11 Input switching statuses S207-212

Function Display message


S207 = full automation manually (code) S2 07 08 09 10 11 12
S208 = full automation automatically 0 1 0 1 0 1
S209 = safety switch actuator DS
S210 = safety switch actuator US
S211 = pressure switch 50 mbar
S212 = differential pressure switch for filter

6.6.12 Input switching status S213

Function Display message


S213 = error in exhaust facility S2 13
0

6.6.13 Input switching statuses Interface PCB S301-S306

Function Display message


S301-S306s S3 01 02 03 04 05 06
0 0 0 0 0 0

6.6.14 Input switching statuses Interface PCB S307-S312

Function Display message


S307-S312 S3 07 08 09 10 11 12
0 0 0 0 0 0

6.6.15 Input switching statuses Interface PCB S313

Function Display message


S313 S3 13
0

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6.6.16 Input switching statuses SA to SF

Function Display message


SA = Load shut-off (building) SA SB SC SD SE SF
SB = Floor pan leak indicator 0 0 1 1 0 0
SC = DI boiler code
SD = DI boiler float switch
SE = Open LS door
SF = Close US door

6.6.17 Door position

Function Display message


Door positions on loading and unloading side Door Position
DS=225 CS=230

6.6.18 Last ten errors

Function Display message


Display with error code, program number, program step, date and time 0: Error111 P3 S2.1
of error. Switch between entries using buttons and . 13.12.2000 16:44

6.6.19 Batch number for programs 1-12

Function Display message


Switch between entries using buttons and . Batch count
Prog P1 52

6.6.20 Hours of operation of air filter

Function Display message


The time corresponds to the cumulative sum of drying times. Op. Time Air Filter
Replace air filter after every 500 hours of operation! (see 42 h
Chap.12.14 "Drying system")

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6.6.21 Skipping steps

Function Display message


Selection of programs P1-P6 using buttons 1 to 6 (shift 1 - Step over
to 6 for programs P7-P12). Program P1-P6 ?
Program steps are displayed -> Switch between entries using
buttons and -> When cursor is on "Start", start using but-
ton . Step over
S2.1 Start

Display with current doser Step over D1=124ml


When starting a program step, the current doser, the dosage quantity, S2.1 M4 095°C 10min
target temperature and program time appear on the display. This dis-
play alternates with the operational status display.
P1 ¦_____¦ 13min
Halt the program using button -> LS door opens -> Take water
sample -> Close door using button -> Program continues. Wash
36°C
The dosage quantity is calculated from the effective amount of water,
the target concentration and the calibration factor.

6.7 Dosing module


This module serves to query and calibrate the dosage.

6.7.1 Starting the Dosing Module

Function Display message


Date of last modification. LED button 2 lit. Dosage
Last mod. 13.5.2006

6.7.2 Display / Modify

Function Display message


Selection of programs P1-P6 using buttons 1 to 6 (shift 1 - Display/Modify
to 6 for programs P7-P12). Dosage entry can be omitted. Program P1-P6 ?
Display "Calibrate flow meter" (see also Chap.6.7.6 "Calibrating Flow
Meters 1-4").

6.7.3 Program number and name

Function Display message


Viewing program steps using button . Program P4
Instruments Normal

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6.7.4 Program steps

Function Display message


Use button to select the program steps. 1.1 Prewash 35°C
The program step, temperature, total time of the program step, HT 02min HT0 D1 1.2ml
(holding time 0 or 1) as well as the doser and current dosing setting
are displayed.
Only the dosing quantity can be modified here (see Chap. 6.9.4
"Entering recipes") and (Chap. 6.9.6 "Parameter entry overview").

6.7.5 Calibrating Dosing Pumps 1-4

Caution
Only an intact and correctly serviced dosing system can ensure optimal
cleaning (see Chap. 12.13 "Dosing system").

Function Display message


Setting "time" with flow meters disconnected. Doser 1 Time
1.00 l/min = Start dosing pump for calibration using button 1 , dosing 1.00 l/6min 360
pump runs for 6 minutes -> Enter measured amount.
360 = time remaining (s)
Calibration procedure (see Chap. 6.7.9 "Calibrating the dosing pumps
(Time)".

6.7.6 Calibrating Flow Meters 1-4

Function Display message


Setting "Impulse" with flow meters connected. Doser 1 Impulse
5300 Imp/l = Start dosing pump for calibration using 1
, when one 5120 Imp/l 4500
litre is reached -> stop using button 1 -> adopt impulse result using
button 2 .
4500 = time remaining (s)
Calibrating procedure (see Chap. 6.7.10 "Calibrating the flow meters
(impulses)".

6.7.7 Flow meter - current values

Function Display message


Stored impulses Imp1=2142 Imp2=1578
Imp3= 831 Imp4= 0

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6.7.8 MIX-Dosing

Function Display message


Simultaneous dosing from several dosers. Mix D1=0.0L D2=0.0L
Programming: A D3=0.0L D4=0.0L
Without Mix-Dosing / Doser 1 = 2.6 ml/l
Display message:
P1S2_035°00M-060°05M
F2M3_D1=2.6L-D1=0.0L

With Mix-Dosing/A = D1= 5.0ml D2 = 3.0ml


Display message:
P1S2_035°00M-060°05M
F2M3_DA=0.0L-D1=0.0L
A maximum of 4 detergents per phase can be dosed simultaneously
with corresponding concentration by means of Mix-Dosing. Mix-Dos-
ing is activated when one of the letters "A-F" is entered with the doser.
A maximum of four concentrations can be allocated to each letter.
Note:
The software activates a maximum of two dosers simultaneously
(maximum safeguarding exceeded).
Recommended dosage media (see Chap. 11.6 "Overview of ex-fac-
tory programs").

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6.7.9 Calibrating the dosing pumps (Time)

4
8

7 5

6
Fig 187

1 Calibrating tube (Nylflex) connector


2 Calibrating tube (Nylflex)
3 Measuring vessel
4 Dosing pumps (1-5 depending on outfit)
5 Containers for detergents
6 Flow meters (1-4 depending on outfit)
7 Lower front panel LS
8 Dosing intake (1-5 depending on outfit)

Warning
Wearing protective goggles and gloves is compulsory when handling deter-
gents of any kind!
Detergent manufacturer safety instructions must always be followed!

 Open the door using button


 Mount calibrating tube (Fig. 187 Pos.2) to connector (Fig. 187 Pos.1) and
place other end in measuring vessel (Fig. 187 Pos.3)
 Start calibration program using button 1 . The dosing pump pumps the dos-
age medium into the calibrating container. The dosing pump shuts off auto-
matically after 6 minutes.
 Enter measured volume (l/6min) (see Chap. 6.7 "Dosing module")
 Dismount calibrating tube
 Pour medium in measuring vessel back into container (Fig. 187 Pos.5)

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6.7.10 Calibrating the flow meters (impulses)

4
8

7 5

6
Fig 187

1 Calibrating tube (Nylflex) connector


2 Calibrating tube (Nylflex)
3 Measuring vessel
4 Dosing pumps (1-5 depending on outfit)
5 Containers for detergents
6 Flow meters (1-4 depending on outfit)
7 Lower front panel LS
8 Dosing intake (1-5 depending on outfit)

Warning
Protective goggles and gloves are compulsory when handling detergents of
any kind!
Detergent manufacturer safety instructions must always be followed!

 Open the door using button


 Mount calibrating tube (Fig. 187 Pos.2) to connector (Fig. 187 Pos.1) and
place other end in measuring vessel (Fig. 187 Pos.3).
 Start calibration program using button 1 . The dosing pump pumps the dos-
age medium into the calibrating container.

Caution
The arrows on the flow meters must always point upwards!

 When 1 litre is reached in the measuring vessel, halt program using but-
ton 1 .
 Adopt number of impulses measured using button 2

(See Chap.3.3.4 "Dosing pump set with "empty" indicators and flow meter") and
(Chap. 6.11.22 "Password for detergent manufacturers")

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6.8 Control Module


This module serves for manual activation of individual electrical components.

Warning
Direct activation exposes components to live electricity!

6.8.1 Starting the Control Module

Function Display message


LED button 3 lit. Control

6.8.2 Direct selection of Actuators K11-K16

Function Display message


Selection of individual components using buttons 1 to 6 . If a P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6
relay is active, the corresponding LED on the button (K11-K16) is lit. 11 12 13 14 15 16
Pressing once turns electrical component "On", pressing again turns
component "Off". Components are activated for 10 s max.
Reset all activities with button 0I
.
Door drive M35-M38 and linear motor M41, M42 are only active when
the corresponding button is pressed.

6.8.3 Direct activation Linear Drive (M41) LS

Caution
When activated directly, the door may slide open to the stop position and the
gear belt may jump over the belt pulley. If this is the case, the door must
be readjusted!

Function Display message


O = open, C = close, 215 = potentiometer value P1 P2
41O 41C POT=215

6.8.4 Direct activation Linear Drive (M42) US

Function Display message


O = open, C = close, 247 = potentiometer value P1 P2
42O 42C POT=247

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6.9 Parameter Module


This module serves for entering and adjusting process parameters.

6.9.1 Starting the Parameter Module

Function Display message


Date of last modification. LED button 4 lit. Parameter
Last mod. 16.05.2006

6.9.2 Selecting Programs P1-P6 (Shift P7-P12)

Function Display message


Select program to1 6 (Shift P7-P12) -> Select recipe (can be Display / Modify
skipped using button ) -> Program library. Program P1-P6?
(See Chap. 11.4 "Validated process parameters P1-P12")
Program name allocation Program P1
Change program name using buttons and . Instruments Normal
Name is displayed in batch print-out and batch documentation (see
Chap. 7 "Batch print-out"). If "empty" appears, nothing is printed out.
Holding time 1.1 Prewash 00°C
Enter temperature and time specification for each step. Utility and step 00 min HT0 D1 1.5ml
allocation are not modified here (see Chap. 6.9.4 "Entering recipes").
HT (Holding time) program time is only measured if actual value
exceeds target value. 1 = "On"; 0 = "Off"
Note:
Holding time 1 always applies in thermal and chemical disinfection
(F6, F7 and FA). Holding time 0 applies in drying and condensing (M5,
M6).

6.9.3 Allocation of the program library

Function Display message


Displays the selected program from the program library (see Chap. Empty
6.9.5 "Program library (program labels)"). From 03 To P1 Do
Press button on "Do" and confirm using button . After confir-
mation, "Ok" is displayed.
From 03 = program number
To P1 = allocated program button
Do = execute
0 = delete all variables

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6.9.4 Entering recipes

Function Display message


Utilities M1 to MA (see Chap. 6.9.7 "Utility M1 Cold Water Step (CW)"). P1S1 024°05M-060°05M
Functions F0 to FF (see Chap. 6.9.15 "Function F0 - inactive step"). F2M3 D1=2.5L-D2=2.6L
Three-digit temperature entries, temperature limit for Utilities 1-4 and
7-9 max. 99°C, Utilities 5+6 max. 130°C. Time entries max.69 min-
utes.

6.9.5 Program library (program labels)

Program name
Test Program Container
Supplemental drying AN Material Normal
Pre Rinse AN Material Intensive
Instruments Normal MIS Instruments
Instruments Intensive Endoscopes Normal
Basins Endoscopes intensive

Caution
Excessively long drying periods at high drying temperature will accelerate
ageing of medical devices. Tubes become brittle and start leaking.
The user is responsible for all program modifications! Ex-factory programs
have a thermal disinfection step, and processing of temperature-sensitive
washing items is therefore not intended. Correct dosing pump function and
allocation of chemicals must be ensured. Every program must be validated
when taken into operation.

Warning
Washing items must not be allowed to pass into the clean work area without
going through washing and disinfection! It must be ensured that the com-
plete program cycle has been run through without errors.

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6.9.6 Parameter entry overview

1 2 5 6 9 10

P1S1 037°05M-060°05M
F2M3 D1=2.6L-D0=0.0L

3 4 7 8 11 12
Fig 117

1 Program Number P1-P12


2 Schritt 1-9
3 Function F
4 Utility M
5 Temperature for Step Phase 1: M1-4+M7 = 0-99° / M5, M6, M9=0-
130°C
6 Time for Step Phase 1: 0-69 min
7 Dosing system for Step Phase 1: Dosers 1-5 / A-F
8 Dosing quantity for Step Phase 1: 0.0-9.9 ml/l
9 Temperature for Step Phase 2: 0-130°C
10 Time for Step Phase 2: 0-69
11 Dosing system for Step Phase 2: Dosers 1-5 / A-F
12 Dosing quantity for Step Phase 2: 0.0-9.9 ml/l

Function F Utility M
F0 = step inactive M1 = cold water
F1 = Pre Rinse (M1) M2 = Warm water
F2 = Wash (M3) M3 = Mixed water (warm+cold)
F3 = Neutralise (M1, M2) M4 = DI water (fully de-ionised)
F4 = Rinse (M1, M2) M5 = Dry (air)
F5 = Condense (M6) M6 = Dry, Condense Exhaust Air
F6 = Chemical Disinfection (M4, M9) M8 = Disinfected DI Water (Boiler 55°C only for
F7 = Thermal Disinfection (M4, M9) endoscopy)

F8 = Dry (M5, M6) M9 = Pre-heated DI Water (Boiler 95°C)

F9 = Clean Rinsing (M4) conductivity system MA = Preceding Utility

FA = Thermal Disinfection A0 3000 (M4, M9)


FB = Thermal Disinfection A0 600 (M4, M9)
FC = Thermal Disinfection A0 60 (M4, M9)
FD = Final Rinse (M4, M8, M9)
FE = Second Rinse (M2, M4)
FF = Measuring rinse (not available)

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6.9.7 Utility M1 Cold Water Step (CW)

Dynamic filling procedure (minimal water consumption)


Consumption of water and chemicals is reduced to a minimum. The quantity of
water needed for optimum operation of the circulation pump is filled in by the con-
troller and is replenished as appropriate for the respective rack and load.
CW Step:
 Water is filled in by the device up to the calibration point (Fig. 228 Pos.1)
Calibrating procedure: The filling quantity (l/s) is calculated from the opening
time of the intake valve until the calibration point is reached (Fig. 228 Pos.6).
The calibration point corresponds to the specified quantity of water.
 Circulation pump switches on (Fig. 228 Pos.4)
 Level drops
 Dynamic filling procedure starts. The filling procedure is terminated when the
operating level is reached (Fig. 228 Pos.5).
 The controller calculates the quantity of water filled in.
 The system checks after approx. 7 s, whether the specified value of 1.7 Volts
has been reached
If 1.7 Volts (Fig. 228 Pos.2) has not been reached, additional water is filled
in. When the limit (5 minutes) is exceeded, Error Message 141 "no cold wa-
ter" (see Chap. 10.3 "Error display / error code table / cause and remedy").

Level

3.0 V
4
2.5 V 5

2.0V
1

1.5 V 2

1.0 V

0.5 V
3
Time
6
Fig 228

1 Calibration point 2.1 Volts


2 Operating level 1.7 Volts
3 Empty level 0.5 Volt
4 Pump switches on (corresponds to uniform quantity of water; time to
calibration point 2.1V is stored)
5 Operating level reached
6 Depending on the filling rate (l/sec)

Note
Water consumption in the respective water step is calculated from the valve
opening time - relevant for dosing.
Limit modifications (see Chap. 6.12 "Error threshold values (Limits Module)").

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Further information:
(See Chap. 6.9.10 "Utility M4 DI Water Step")
(Chap. 6.11.2 "Circulation pump operating level")
(Chap. 6.11.3 "Entering the empty level")

Temperature control
• Monitoring starts with heating up
• A max. of 45°C is permissible for F1 "Pre Rinse". If this water temperature is
exceeded, the process is stopped with Error Code 163 "Water too Hot".
• If the target temperature is not reached, the software stops the process with
Error Code 161 "No heat".

Dosing procedure
1) Dosing of the additives is calculated by means of the calibrating procedure
and can be added at the start after the target temperature is reached.
2) Dosing can be controlled via the dosing pump or the flow meter (see Chap.
6.7.10 "Calibrating the flow meters (impulses)").
Example 1:

Phase 1- Phase 2
P1S1_ 035°00M- 060°05M Phase 1: Filling at 35°C, dosing 2.6 ml
F1M3_ D1 = 2.6L- D1 = 0.0L Phase 2: Heating up to 60°C
Example 2:

Phase 1- Phase 2
P1S1_ 035°00M- 060°05M Phase 1: Filling without dosing
F1M3_ D1 = 0.0L- D1 = 5.0L Phase 2: Heating up to 60°C, dosing 5 ml

Note
If dosing is entered together with a temperature in the first program phase,
dosing is carried out only after the target temperature has been reached.

6.9.8 Utility M2 Warm Water Step (WW)

Same functions as in Cold Water Step (see Chap. 6.9.7 "Utility M1 Cold Water
Step (CW)").

Note
If no temperature is programmed (00), the program starts with the present
temperature of the warm water.

6.9.9 Utility M3 Mixed Water Step (CW+WW)

Same functions as in Cold Water Step (see Chap. 6.9.7 "Utility M1 Cold Water
Step (CW)").
During the dynamic filling procedure, cold and warm water are filled in up to the
specified temperature. WW is added first, and after the target temperature is
reached, CW is added.

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Note
If temperature drops below target, WW is added.

6.9.10 Utility M4 DI Water Step

Same functions as in Cold Water Step (see Chap. 6.9.7 "Utility M1 Cold Water
Step (CW)").

6.9.11 Utility M5 Drying

Ventilator (Outlet K17) and dryer heater (K18) are controlled by means of air tem-
perature sensor input (NTC2). Temperature indicated on display or printer corre-
sponds to air temperature sensor (NTC2) at tub intake (see Chap. 6.10.14
"Pumping off in the event of programm interruption").

Note
A fixed lag is always programmed for the ventilator (see Chap. 6.11.12 "Dry-
ing lag time").

6.9.12 Condenser M6 functions

In order to activate the condenser, Utility M6 "Condense" must be programmed


instead of M5 "Dry". In this medium, the CW valve (Y27) is opened for drying.
After 8 minutes of drying, the CW valve remains closed, as the exhaust air hu-
midity drops below 20%.

6.9.13 Pre-heated DI water M9 (Final Rinse)

Enter M9 instead of M4 for Final Rinse.

Note
Preferably enter Holding-Temperature 95°C, 0 minutes for the thermal disin-
fection temperature of the DI Tank. This reduces the heating up of the Final
Rinse water in the washing chamber.

Content can be kept at the desired pre-heating temperature for e.g. 24 hours.
When no program is selected, the temperature of the water tank drops after the
preset time has elapsed (economy mode).
Setup functions:
(See Chap. 6.10.11 "Pre-heating temperature / holding time DI boiler" (Chap.
6.10.12 "Disinfection temperature / disinfection time DI boiler") (Chap. 6.11.13
"DI Boiler heater interlock with tank heater") (Chap. 8.2.3 "SC DI boiler code")
Filling procedure corresponds to the same functions as in Cold Water Step (see
Chap. 6.9.7 "Utility M1 Cold Water Step (CW)").

Note
When programming condenser DI water pre-heating (optional), Utilities M6
and M9 must always be included in the same program. If this is not the case,
the DI water runs via the overflow into the drain.

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6.9.14 Utility MA (1 step with 4 or more phases)

An unspecified number of temperature holding points and dosages can be pro-


grammed. Washing with a complex heating-up slope is possible
Example:

Phase 1- Phase 2
P1S1 035°00M- 060°05M Filling at 35°C -> Dosing 2.6 ml -> Heating up
F2M3 D1 = 2.6L- D2 = 1.0L to 60°C -> Holding time 5 min-> Dosing 1.0
ml
Because Utility MA has been selected: No emptying and refilling.

Phase 3- Phase 4
P1S2_ 070°03M- 080°05M Heating up to 70°C -> Holding time 3 min ->
F2MA D1 = 0.0L- D1 = 0.0L Heating up to 80°C ->Holding time 5 min

Note
F2 is automatically inserted when MA is selected. This can be changed man-
ually if necessary.

6.9.15 Function F0 - inactive step

A step can be switched on or off. If for example two clean rinsing steps have
been programmed, one of them can be deactivated with F0 in spite of being pro-
grammed with various parameters.

Warning
Do not set programs inactive. Programs that are not used must be deleted
completely! There is the risk of an unwanted program being selected with
"Automatic Program Recognition" (see Chap. 11.4.1 "Deleting programs").

6.9.16 Function F1 - Pre Rinsing

A maximum water temperature of 45°C is permissible for this function. If this limit
is exceeded, Error Code 163 "Water too Hot" is displayed and the process is
stopped.

Note
Temperatures above 45°C can lead to protein coagulation during the rinsing
phase. Query S109 is only active in F1 (see Chap. 6.10.24 "Step Repetition
(Foam control)").

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6.9.17 Functions F2-F5, F8, FD, FE

These are only display functions. Holding time is set to 0.


Only use M4 and M9 together with F9.

6.9.18 Function F9 Clean Rinsing (optional IPD)

After the neutralising step, rinsing with DI water is carried out. The step "Clean
Rinsing F9" should be repeated until the required conductivity value is reached.
Water is drained off and the step is restarted. This procedure is repeated for a
max. of 4 times. The number of repetitions can be set in the service program
"CAST for IPD" (see Chap. 3.3.6 "Independent content documentation system
(IPD)"). In the following step, "thermal disinfection" can be selected for example.

6.9.19 Functions F6+F7 - thermal or chemical disinfection

In both display functions, holding time is set at 1 (see Chap. 6.10.11 "Pre-heating
temperature / holding time DI boiler").

6.9.20 Function FA - thermal disinfection A0=3000

A0 = germ destruction comparable to procedures using moist heat.


The action time for thermal disinfection can be shortened using Function FA. The
device continuously measures and sums up the heat quantities during heating-
up time and terminates the phase when the required A0-Value 3000 has been
reached.
Equation:

A0 = Σ (10 (T-80)/Z
) t (Z=10, t =10 Sec above 65°C)
Fig 210

Selection of A0-Values in practice


Definition:
"Reduction of the number of living microorganisms on a product to a pre-speci-
fied level, which is appropriate for the subsequent utilization of the product".
Reduction factor values of mostly 4 or 5 logarrhythmic steps are required of dos-
age media, depending on the type of germ.
– Disinfect containers for human excretions at minimum with A0-Value=60
– Disinfect surgical instruments at minimum with A0-Value=600
According to standard requirements, disinfection with A0-Value=3000 must be
possible. However, the application is not defined.

Note
We recommend disinfection with A0-Value=3000 of all semi-critical instru-
ments which require thermal disinfection but need not be sterilised subse-
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Example 1:

P1S4_93°00M-093°01M
FAM4_D1=0.0L-D3=2.6L
After reaching the A0-Value=3000 in the first phase, the second phase follows
(disinfection for 1 min at 93°C).
Example 2:

P1S4_93°05M-000°00M
FAM4_D1=0.0L-D0=0.0L
After reaching the A0-Value=3000 in the first phase, disinfection is continued for
a further 5 minutes.
The current A0-Value is continually shown on the display.

6.9.21 Function FB - thermal disinfection A0=600

The same functions (see Chap. 6.9.20 "Function FA - thermal disinfection


A0=3000"), but with A0-Value=600. All instruments which are sterilised after dis-
infection in the WD can be disinfected with A0-Value=600. This corresponds to
60 s at 90°C or 10 minute at 80 °C

6.9.22 Function FC - thermal disinfection A0=60

The same functions (see Chap. 6.9.20 "Function FA - thermal disinfection


A0=3000"), but with A0-Value=60. This corresponds to 6 s at 90°C or 1 minute at
80 °C.

6.9.23 Functions FD, FE and FF

FD = Final Rinse
FE = Second Rinse
FF = Measuring Rinse

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6.10 Configuration Module 1


Configuration 1 of the Setup Settings

6.10.1 Starting the Configuration Module

Function Display message


Accessible without hardware key. Includes date of last modification. Configuration
LED Program Button 5 lit. Last mod. 16.05.2006

6.10.2 Setting the self-disinfection timer

Function Display message


Time between last program cycle and self-disinfection prompting (see Timer Self Disinf.
Chap. 11.3 "Why self-disinfection?"). 24 Hours
Settings range 1-99 hours, 0 = inactive, default setting = 24 h
Caution!
For active self-disinfection, the entry in Mode "Basket Coding" must be
on "On" (see Chap. 6.10.16 "Automatic rack recognition").

6.10.3 Maintenance (batch number)

Function Display message


Upon reaching the specified number of hours of operation of the venti- Service Batch Count
lator, "Periodical Service" appears instead of "Program ready". The 1000
device can still continue operating.
00 = Maintenance display is switched off.
Following maintenance, the number must be increased by the respec-
tive number of batches (see Chap. 6.11.27 "Batch counter adjust-
ment").

6.10.4 Ventilator operating hours (cumulative sum of drying time)

Function Display message


After replacing the air filter, set the hours of operation to zero using Op. Time Air Filter
button . Reset Timer 200 h

6.10.5 Language

Function Display message


Switching to other language using buttons and . Language
English

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6.10.6 Units

Function Display message


Temperature unit °C (Celsius) or F (Fahrenheit). Date and time dis- Unit of Temp. °C
played in European or American standard format. Date/Time Europ
Switch using buttons and .

6.10.7 Date / time

Function Display message


Setting date and time Date/Time
28.06.2006 16:24

Date/Time
06/28/2006 PM 04:24

6.10.8 Signal K28

Function Display message


Switching the signal output (K28) (potential-free output) on or off. Signal
Switch using buttons and (see Chap. 6.11.15 "Potential-free On/Off
output K28, K57 and K58").

6.10.9 Machine label

Function Display message


For batch printer or PC-documentation (see Chap. 7.1 "Program oper- Name Washer
ation batch print-out (batch documentation)"). Substeri Decont1

6.10.10 Entering door contact pressure

Function Display message


Default setting = 0.6 A Door Press Force
Values for door press force 0-0.9 A for LS + US US=0.6A CS=0.6A

Caution
Increase door press force in steps of 0.1A only! Subsequently recalibrate
doors (see Chap. 6.11.8 "LS door frame final position when doors are open").

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6.10.11 Pre-heating temperature / holding time DI boiler

Function Display message


Setting the pre-heating temperature and the corresponding holding Pre Heat
time. The DI boiler is temporarily kept up to temperature. The pre- 85°C 24 Hours
heating time is only active outside of a program when the device is
switched on. It starts afresh after correct completion of a program
cycle. If the switch (code) of the DI boiler is switched off, this function
is deactivated (see Chap. 8.2.3 "SC DI boiler code").
Temperature range: 65°C to 95°C
Holding time: 0-99 hours

6.10.12 Disinfection temperature / disinfection time DI boiler

Function Display message


Heating up to a pre-set disinfection temperature takes place only after Thermal Disinfection
the program has started. The program ensures that the specified disin- 95°C 05min
fection time is observed. If 0 minutes is set, the DI boiler is emptied
even if the target temperature has not been reached.
Default setting = 95°C / 0 min

6.10.13 Door configuration

Function Display message


One-door / two-door setting In the one-door version, the unloading Number of Doors
side is not queried. 2/1

6.10.14 Pumping off in the event of programm interruption

Function Display message


On: Pumping off is always activated in the event of program interrup- Drain at Interrupt
tion. On/Off
Off: Pumping off is not activated in the event of program interruption.
The circulation pump is activated again upon program restart without
pumping off.
Exception!
If the first program step is M5 or M6, the entry is ignored.
Caution!
When a step is skipped (see Chap. 6.6.21 "Skipping steps") it must not
be set to "On".

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6.10.15 Supressing drainage of washing liquid according to applicable laws


for protection against infectious diseases

Function Display message


No pumping off in the event of program interruption. Drain at Interrupt
According to §18 of the German Law for Protection against Infectious On/Off
Diseases, a special program is required in the event of an epidemic.
The disinfection phase must be at the beginning of the program. The
first discharge of washing liquid must not take place before termination
of the disinfection phase. If the program is interrupted, the procedure
must not be continued with discharge of the washing liquid before the
disinfection phase has been completed. This prevents contaminated
washing liquid from entering the waste water.
In the event of an epidemic, the door interlock (see Chap. 6.10.20
"Door Interlock LS") must be set as "On" and pumping off in the event
of interruption (see Chap. 6.10.14 "Pumping off in the event of pro-
gramm interruption") must be set as "Off".
On:
Pumping off is always carried out in the event of program interruption
(normal state)
Off:
Pumping off is not activated in the event of program interruption. If a
program is then started, the circulation pump starts subsequently with-
out pumping off.
Exception!
If the first program step is M5 or M6, the entry is ignored.

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6.10.16 Automatic rack recognition

Function Display message


On: Basket Coding
Program selection with rack coding is activated. Imported programs On/Off/Only
can be replaced using buttons 1 to 6 .
Off:
Rack coding is inactive, programs can only be activated via the oper-
ating unit.
Only:
Program selection is possible only by means of rack coding.
All sensors must close at least once when the rack is inserted, other-
wise an error is displayed (see Chap. 10.1 "Procedure in the event of
errors with process interruption").
When the positioning sensor (Check T S105) is closed, the rack cod-
ing S101-S103, S106 and S107 is imported. Different programs can
be activated, depending on the magnet combination. With button ,
the machine starts with specified program.
Program No. S105 (T) S101 (A) S102 (B) S103 (C) S106 (D) S107 (E)

P1 T A
P2 T A B
P3 T C
P4 T A C
P5 T A B C
P6 T A D
P7 T C D
P8 T E
P9 T A E
P10 T B E
P11 T A B E
P12 T C E

Fig 186

Arrangement of the sensors


Clean side Unclean side

T A B C D E F G

Fig. 371

Standard rack coding


Instrument rack 3-5 tiers / T+A+C / P4
MIS instrument rack / T+A+E / P6
Basic rack 1-tier / T+A+D / P6
Basic rack 2-tier / T+A+D / P6
Anaesthesia rack / T+A / P1
Container rack / T+C+D / P7
Baby bottle rack / T+B+E / P10
(See Chap. 6.6.7 "Input switching statuses S101-S106"); (6.10.2 "Set-
ting the self-disinfection timer"); (6.11.16 "Rack position in automatic
loading and unloading station")

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6.10.17 Message text in case of error

Function Display message


Technical support phone number (see Chap. 10 "Errors with program Error Message
interruption and their elimination"). Tech. support Phone XXXX

6.10.18 Printer drivers

Function Display message


Panel: Print-out from the panel printer (custom) Printer
Panel Katakana: Print-out from the panel printer (Katakana) Panel
Desk (Star SP2000): Print-out from the desktop printer Star SP2000
Desk (Star SP200): Print-out from the desktop printer Star SP200
Panel Upside Down: Print-out upside down (custom panel printer)
(See Chap. 7 "Batch print-out") and (8.4.3 "Overview of printer, bar-
code reader and modem interfaces").

6.10.19 Door opening at end of program

Function Display message


With full automation always "On" Door open by Pro End
On = US door opens automatically at end of program. On/Off
Off = Door remains closed at end of program.
Default setting ="Off"

6.10.20 Door Interlock LS

Function Display message


"On" = After pressing the button , the LS door remains closed after Door Interlock
program interruption by means of button 0I
. "Door Interlock" On/Off
appears on the display. The LS door can be opened after termination
of the program.
Default setting = "On"

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6.10.21 User identification

Function Display message


The names or numbers are read into the system via the operating unit User Identification
or via bar code reader for batch documentation. On/Off
When user identification is active, a user query appears at the start of
the program.
Identification number must lie between 11-65 (barcode type EAN 13).
Identification name 20 characters max. (barcode type 39).
This is forwarded to the printer with Connector X31 (RS232) or to the
interface with Screw Clamp X32 (RS485). The barcode scanner is
also connected to Connector X31. A program can only be started once
an entry has been made, otherwise the software remains on query.
If "66" is entered, the text "No Identification" is forwarded.

Default setting ="Off"

6.10.22 Rack identification

Function Display message


The rack numbers are read into the system via the operating unit or Rack Identification
via bar code reader for batch documentation. On/Off
When rack identification is active, a rack number query appears on the
display after start of the program: "Rack Name or No.". After being
entered, the number is forwarded to the printer and Batch Documenta-
tion System 8535 (see Chap. 8.4.1 "Batch Documentation System ICS
8535 / 8565").
Identification number must lie between 11-65 (barcode type EAN 13).
Identification name 20 characters max. (barcode type 39).
Note:
Only Digits 1-6 can be used for a number. (not possible: e.g. 17, 18,
19, 27, 28, 29...)
This is forwarded to the printer with Connector X31 (RS232) or to the
interface with Screw Clamp X32 (RS485). The barcode scanner is
also connected to Connector X31. A program can only be started once
an entry has been made, otherwise the software remains on query. If
"66" is entered, the text "No Identification" is forwarded.
On/Off: Rack identification activated/deactivated

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6.10.23 Content On / Off

Function Display message


When content identification is active, a content query (e.g. sieve tray Batch Content Ident
number) appears on the display instead of "Door is open" when the On/Off
door is open.
The content is read (e.g. sieve trays)
Identification number must lie between 11-65 or reads a text by means
of a barcode scanner.
Note:
Only Digits 1-6 can be used for a number. (not possible: 17, 18, 19,
27, 28, 29...)
This is forwarded to the printer with Connector X31 (RS232) or to the
interface with Screw Clamp X32 (RS485). The barcode scanner is
also connected to Connector X31. A program can only be started once
an entry has been made, otherwise the software remains on query. If
"66" is entered, the text "No Identification" is forwarded.
Default setting ="Off"

6.10.24 Step Repetition (Foam control)

Function Display message


Function F1 (see Chap. 6.9.16 "Function F1 - Pre Rinsing"). Step Repetition S109
On On/Off
If S109 opens during pre-rinsing (only in Function F1), the pre-rinsing
step is repeated without error display. Two pre-rinse steps without
comment appear in the batch documentation (see Chap. 7.1 "Program
operation batch print-out (batch documentation)").
If during repeat S109 opens again, an error signal is triggered, and
pre-rinsing is discontinued with Error 113 (see Chap. 10.3 "Error dis-
play / error code table / cause and remedy").
Off
If S109 opens during pre-rinsing, Error 113 (see Chap. 10.3 "Error dis-
play / error code table / cause and remedy") is triggered and pre-rins-
ing is discontinued.

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6.11 Configuration Module 2


Configuration 2 of the Setup Settings.

Caution
All modifications of factory settings must be stored electronically or in paper
form close to the device.

6.11.1 Service programs

Access to Configuration Module 2 is only possible with the Hardware Key Con-
nector X36 (Fig. 183). This is only issued to Belimed-licensed service techni-
cians after completing training for handling the controller.

Mode

Flaschrom
F2 F1

X1 1 Reset
4

X35 6

X34
6

X30
X31 3 2 1

X32 X36 X33


Fig 183

6.11.2 Circulation pump operating level

Function Display message


The higher the operating level, the greater the water consumption. Operating Level
Adjustment range 1.4-2.0V, default setting = 1.7V 1.7 V
(See Chap. 6.6.5 "Current values of level sensors") and (6.9.7 "Utility
M1 Cold Water Step (CW)").

6.11.3 Entering the empty level

Function Display message


Level sensor, default setting = 0.5 V Empty Level
(See Chap. 6.6.5 "Current values of level sensors") and (6.9.7 "Utility 0.5 V
M1 Cold Water Step (CW)").

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6.11.4 Pumping-off time

Function Display message


The holding time (t-drain) can be changed between program steps. It Drain Time
is measured only after the empty level (e.g. 0.5 V) has been reached. 30 sec
Depending on the drainage situation, the value must be readjusted
and the time increased accordingly.
Warning!
Residual water can lead to transfer of suds between water steps.
Range 0-99 s, default setting = 5 s
Drainage pump opens for 20 s before every start of a program.
(See also Chap.6.12 "Error threshold values (Limits Module)").

6.11.5 Drain

Function Display message


Drainage pump configuration or drainage valve Drain
Default setting = drainage valve (pumping off is carried out in intervals Valve/Pump
when drainage pump is activated).
(See Chap. 3.6.5 "Connection requirements for installation")

6.11.6 Calibrating the temperature sensors

Function Display message


Temperature and compensation factor for temperature sensors Calibrate Temp NTC1
Range: +/- 5°C in steps of 0.1°C 28.5°C+0.0°C=28.5°C
When a temperature sensor deviates more than +/- 1°C from the cali-
brated reference sensor, the temperature sensor must be corrected.
NTC1 = Washing chamber sump control sensor (controls the process)
NTC4 = DI water tank (not required)
NTC5 = washing chamber sump monitoring sensor (display and
printer)
Further information (see Chap. 12.21 "Calibrating temperature sen-
sors").

6.11.7 Temperature sensor allocation

Function Display message


The measurement type NTC or PT100 can be allocated to the temper- Temperature Sensors
ature sensors. NTC/PT100
NTC = T1-6, PT100 = T7-10, default setting = NTC

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6.11.8 LS door frame final position when doors are open

Function Display message


Adjusting the potentiometer value R1 and positioning the linear drive. Final pos DS POT=215
Open door using button 1 and save potentiometer value using but- P1=open P2=Ok 033
ton 2 .
Note:
The potentiometer value should preferably be between 1-30, other-
wise the position of the door frame must be adjusted using the
threaded tree rods.
The tolerance range until the error message "Door is open" appears is
+/-30 units deviation from the stored value.
Potentiometer value range:
Linear motor extended = 0
Linear motor retracted = 250
OPEN CLOSE
0 - 32 153 - 255

Fig 142

Value saved for Open = 3 / value saved for Closed = 183


Range defined as Open = 0-33 / range defined as Closed = 153-255
Further information:
(See Chap. 6.10.10 "Entering door contact pressure") and (6.8.3
"Direct activation Linear Drive (M41) LS").
Example:
The value saved when exerting contact pressure is 183. Closure is
defined as the state where the potentiometer value after exerting con-
tact pressure lies within (183-30) = 153 - 250. If the potentiometer
value is 140 while pressing together, Error 100 "Door is open" is dis-
played (see Chap. 10.1 "Procedure in the event of errors with process
interruption").

6.11.9 LS door frame final position when doors are closed

Function Display message


Adjustment and positioning of linear drive. Final Pos DS POT=225
225 = current potentiometer value, 193 = stored potentiometer value. P1=close P2=Ok 193
(See Chap. 6.10.10 "Entering door contact pressure") and (6.8.3
"Direct activation Linear Drive (M41) LS").

6.11.10 US door frame final position when doors are open

Function Display message


Positioning-adjustment of linear drive Final Pos US POT=005
(See Chap. 6.10.10 "Entering door contact pressure") and (6.8.4 P1=open P2=Ok 035
"Direct activation Linear Drive (M42) US").

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6.11.11 US door frame final position when doors are closed

Function Display message


Positioning-adjustment of linear drive Final Pos CS POT=235
(See Chap. 6.10.10 "Entering door contact pressure") and (6.8.4 P1=close P2=Ok 205
"Direct activation Linear Drive (M42) US")

6.11.12 Drying lag time

Function Display message


A fixed ventilator lag time is programmed in order to prevent damage Dryer Cooling Time
to the electrical heating. The lag time is added to the programmed dry- 30 sec
ing time.
Adjustment range 1-60 s; default setting = 30 s

6.11.13 DI Boiler heater interlock with tank heater

Function Display message


On: Tank heater (R16) is interlocked with DI Boiler heater (R26). The Lock Heater Boiler
DI Boiler heater (R26) is interlocked with the dryer heater (R18). On/Off
Off: Tank heater and DI Boiler heater are not interlocked.
(See Chap.3.6.8 "Electrical function diagram with steam drying").

6.11.14 Steam heated dryer

Function Display message


For steam heated drying, both heaters are opened in parallel. Air and Dryer Steam
tank heaters are switched on when drying. On/Off
Caution!
Never set to "On" with electrical tank heater on! Default setting ="Off"
Further information:
(See Chap. 6.11.17 "Delay interval for washing-liquid heating") and
(Chap. 3.6.8 "Electrical function diagram with steam drying").

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6.11.15 Potential-free output K28, K57 and K58

Function Display message


The signals can be allocated to Outputs (K28), (K57) and (K58). The Output K28
relay (K28) is in the electro drawer. Default setting = end of program. Program finished
Connection can be made potential-free or with voltage, depending on
the type of connection.
Signals: Output K57

Error; program running (Run); end of program; open exhaust flap (dry- Program run
ing); pre shut-off valves; chamber lighting
Error Output K58
An error causes the current program to be interrupted and closes Exhaust Flap
(K28), (K57) and (K58). Information for the house control system.
Exhaust flap function (drying)
When the drying or condensing step M5, M6 starts, (K28), (K57) and
(K58) close. (K28) closes before the relay (K17) is activated. In auto-
matically propelled exhaust flaps, the flap can be opened before the
drying ventilator is activated.
Pre shut-off valve function
(K28), (K57) or (K58) are closed when a program is running or the
valve (Y27) for DI water pre-heating is activated.
Chamber lighting function
(K28), (K57) and (K58) are closed when a program is running, the
doors are open or a program has been finished in which the door has
not yet been opened.
Note:
(K57) and (K58) are optional and only possible with additional PCB!
(See Chap. 6.10.8 "Signal K28") and (Chap. 5.3 "Electro drawer with
PCBs")

6.11.16 Rack position in automatic loading and unloading station

Function Display message


After Switch (S105) has been read in, the automatic loading and Delay Rack Position
unloading motor (M33) continues running for the selected delay inter- 200 ms
val. Delay interval is shown in milliseconds.
Note:
Rack must be positioned correctly.
(See Chap. 6.10.16 "Automatic rack recognition") and (12.22 "Auto-
matic loading and unloading (optional)").

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6.11.17 Delay interval for washing-liquid heating

Function Display message


When the washing-liquid temperature falls below the target, the heater Interval Water Heat
is switched on or off with delay. 10 sec
Note:
The delay interval for electrical heaters must not be too short (prefera-
bly 10 s), as Relay K16 is otherwise overloaded.
Reduce the delay interval to approx. 2 s for steam-heated water heat-
ing with high steam pressure.

6.11.18 Waste water cooling

Function Display message


If the temperature of the water in the tub exceeds 60°C, the CW valve Cool down Y25
Y25 is activated. The CW is fed into the drain before the T-piece of the On/Off
condensed-water drain.
Default setting = "On"

6.11.19 Allocation of address for the ICS 85X5 archiving system

Function Display message


Address for RS485 interfaces (see Chap. 8.4 "Interfaces"). Allocate Interface
Device Numbers 4-9. Addresses 1-3 are reserved for sterilisers. Address RS 485 0
0 = interface inactive.
Device Number 1: Address 4
Device Number 2: Address 5
Device Number 3: Address 6
Device Number 4: Address 7
When Address RS485 is not 0, the RS485 interface is queried for
communication during stand-by mode. If communication fails for 10 s,
Error 188 appears on the display instead of "Program ready" (see
Chap. 10.3 "Error display / error code table / cause and remedy").

6.11.20 Activating Error 188

Function Display message


Message to the software via an additional PCB. Digital Interface 1
Activate Error 188 with "On". Default setting = "Off" On/Off
Further information:
(See Chap. 10.3 "Error display / error code table / cause and remedy")
and (Chap. 3.3.6 "Independent content documentation system (IPD)").

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6.11.21 Display activation

Function Display message


Europe / English: Display type
Selection of European display AJ
Japan /English
Selection of Japanese and Norwegian display AA

6.11.22 Password for detergent manufacturers

Function Display message


Range: 1-6 per digit (3 digits) Password Doser
Default setting = 321 XXX
(See Chap. 6.1 "Access rights")

6.11.23 Password for clinical technicians

Function Display message


Range: 1-6 per digit (3 digits) Password Customer
Default setting = 261 XXX
(See Chap. 6.1 "Access rights")

6.11.24 Entering the machine number

Function Display message


Default setting = (000000_0000_000) Machine Number
000000 0000 000

6.11.25 Entering the manufacturing date

Function Display message


Default setting = 00.00.0000 Day.Month.Year Manufacturing Date
--.--.----

6.11.26 PCB replacement

Function Display message


Date following PCB replacement PCB Changed Date
Default setting = 00.00.0000 Day.Month.Year --.--.----

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6.11.27 Batch counter adjustment

Function Display message


The batch number is lost when the software is loaded. The batch num- Batch Counter Start
ber must always be recorded beforehand and re-entered subse- 0
quently.
Default setting = 000000
(See Chap. 6.10.3 "Maintenance (batch number)"

6.11.28 Modem connection (optional)

Function Display message


Phone number for external modem connection Support Phone No.
, = pause ,0W +4141 935 55 55
0 = external
W = waiting for second dial tone
+4141... = phone number of modem service centre
(See Chap.8.4.3 "Overview of printer, barcode reader and modem
interfaces").

6.12 Error threshold values (Limits Module)


In this mode, threshold values for error messages are adjusted. Every modifica-
tion must be documented precisely.

Caution
Increasing the threshold values entails higher risk!
The Belimed service technician is personally responsible for the modifica-
tions he has implemented. The manufacturer accepts no responsibility
for damages caused by operating errors or by not observing the
instructions in the manual.

Function Display message


Error threshold values Limits
LED Program Button 6 lit. Last mod. 00.00.00
Last modification in the threshold value module.
Error Code 140 DI boiler SD
Threshold value modification for Input S, SD during the filling process 15 min
(see Chap. 8.2.4 "SD DI boiler float switch").
Adjustment range: 10-45 minutes, default setting = 15 minutes
Error Code 141 CW Water P1
Threshold value modification for cold water supply "tkw" during the fill- 5 min
ing process (see Chap. 6.9.7 "Utility M1 Cold Water Step (CW)").
Adjustment range: 1-15 minutes, default setting = 5 minutes

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Function Display message


Error Code 142 WW Water P
Threshold value modification for warm water supply during the filling 5 min
process (see Chap. 6.9.8 "Utility M2 Warm Water Step (WW)").
Adjustment range: 1-15 minutes, default setting = 5 minutes
Error Code 143 DI Water P1
Threshold value modification for DI water supply during the filling pro- 7 min
cedure (see Chap. 6.9.10 "Utility M4 DI Water Step").
Adjustment range: 1-20 minutes, default setting = 7 minutes
Error Code 146 DI Water Boiler
Threshold value modification for pre-heated DI water supply during 3 min
the filling procedure (see Chap. 6.9.13 "Pre-heated DI water M9 (Final
Rinse)").
Adjustment range: 3-15 minutes, default setting = 3 minutes
Error Code 148 Drain P1
Threshold value modification for drainage (see Chap. 6.11.4 "Pump- 3 min
ing-off time").
Adjustment range: 3-15 minutes, default setting = 3 minutes
Error Code 161 Delta Temp NTC 1
Threshold value modification for minimal water heating in the tub (see 3 min
Chap. 6.6.3 "Current values of temperature sensors 1-4").
Adjustment range: 1-6 minutes, default setting = 3 minutes
Error Code 162 Delta Temp NTC 4
Threshold value modification for minimal water heating in the DI boiler 3 min
(see Chap. 6.6.3 "Current values of temperature sensors 1-4").
Adjustment range: 1-6 minutes, default setting = 3 minutes

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Batch print-out

7 Batch print-out
7.1 Program operation batch print-out (batch documentation)
 Activate printer in stand-by mode using button
Sample batch print-out:

Deutsch English Français

Substeri West 1 Substeri West 1 Substeri West 1


Belimed WD 290 Belimed WD 290 Belimed WD 290
Maschinennummer 99814.0161.113 Machine Number 99814.0161.113 Numéro de Machines 99814.0161.113
23.10.2007 Batch No. 15 23.10.2007 Batch No. 15 23.10.2007 Batch No. 15
Programm P1 Program P1 Programme P1
Wagen Name / Nr. 5 Rack Name / No. 5 Chariot / No. 5
Benutzername / Nr.: 2 User Name / No. 2 Utilisateur / No. 2
Instrumente Normal Instruments Normal Instruments normal
Schritt Eins. WD IPD Step Setup WD IPD Par etape Reglage WD IPD
---------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------
Vorspülen 14:25 PRE WASH 14:25 Rincage Prelim. 14:25
S1.1 T1 22°C 36°C 1Min S1.1 T1 22°C 36°C 1Min S1.1 T1 22°C 36°C 1Min
P1 144mBar P1 144mBar P1 144mBar
Reinigen 14:28 WASH 14:28 Nettoyage 14:28
S2.1 T1 30°C 34°C 0Min S2.1 T1 30°C 34°C 0Min S2.1 T1 30°C 34°C 0Min
D1 1.0mL/L 32mL 33mL D1 1.0mL/L 32mL 33mL D1 1.0mL/L 32mL 33mL
P1 158mBar P1 158mBar P1 158mBar
S2.2 T1 34°C 36°C 3Min S2.2 T1 34°C 36°C 3Min S2.2 T1 34°C 36°C 3Min
P1 149mBar P1 149mBar P1 149mBar
Reinigen 14:34 WASH 14:34 Nettoyage 14:34
S3.1 T1 45°C 48°C 5Min S3.1 T1 45°C 48°C 5Min S3.1 T1 45°C 48°C 5Min
D1 6.0mL/L 193mL 193mL D1 6.0mL/L 193mL 193mL D1 6.0mL/L 193mL 193mL
P1 305mBar P1 305mBar P1 305mBar
S3.2 T1 85°C 86°C 5Min S3.2 T1 85°C 86°C 5Min S3.2 T1 85°C 86°C 5Min
P1 179mBar P1 179mBar P1 179mBar
Spulen 14:57 RINSE 14:57 Rincer 14:57
S4.1 T1 65°C 67°C 1Min S4.1 T1 65°C 67°C 1Min S4.1 T1 65°C 67°C 1Min
P1 238mBar P1 238mBar P1 238mBar
Reinspulen 15:00 CLEAN RINSING 15:00 Rincage Final 15:00
S5.1 T1 31°C 35°C 1Min S5.1 T1 31°C 35°C 1Min S5.1 T1 31°C 35°C 1Min
P1 331mBar P1 331mBar P1 331mBar
Desinf.Ao 3000 15:03 DISINF.Ao 3000 15:03 Desinf.Ao 3000 15:03
S6.1 T1 93°C 93°C 1Min S6.1 T1 93°C 93°C 1Min S6.1 T1 93°C 93°C 1Min
P1 292mBar P1 292mBar P1 292mBar
C0 28u5/cm C0 28u5/cm C0 28u5/cm
S6.2 T1 93°C 93°C 1Min S6.2 T1 93°C 93°C 1Min S6.2 T1 93°C 93°C 1Min
P1 295mBar P1 295mBar P1 295mBar
C0 29u5/cm C0 29u5/cm C0 29u5/cm
Trocknen 15:22 DRY 15:22 Sechage 15:22
S7.1 T2 122°C 35°C 4Min S7.1 T2 122°C 35°C 4Min S7.1 T2 122°C 35°C 4Min
---------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------
Programm P1 korrekt beendet Program P1 correctly finished Programme P1 correctement terminè
Total Programmzeit 68Min 15:33 Total Program time 68Min 15:33 Duree du Programme 68Min 15:33
Ao=4417, Desinfektion i.O. Ao=4417, Disinfection i.O. Ao=4417, desinfection i.O.
Verifikation IPD ok Verification IPD ok Vèrification IPD ok
Freigabe: Ja/Nein Release: yes/no Approuve: Oui/Non

----------------- ----------------- -----------------


Fig 184

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7.2 Batch print-out in the event of error or program interruption


When the printer is activated in stand-by mode using button , all inputs, out-
puts, sensor values and the error code for program interruption are recorded.

7.3 Printing the setup settings and program recipe

Note
All parameters and configurations are lost when the Processor PCB is
replaced (see Chap. 9 "Downloading the control software").
Keep a print-out of the data with the device after taking the device into opera-
tion.

 Press button
 "Print operating" appears on the display.
 Activate printer using button
 Press button
 "Print operating data" appears on the display.
 During this display message, press button . Printing process starts
Further information:
(See Chap.6.9.6 "Parameter entry overview") and (Chap. 6.10.18 "Printer driv-
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8 Configuration of connections
8.1 Inputs / outputs

Label Inputs Label Outputs


Inputs X2 Outputs X17
S101 A Automatic program recognition Y11 CW valve
S102 B Automatic program recognition Y12 WW valve
S103 C Automatic program recognition Y13 DI valve
S104 External reset / close US door K14 DI tank drainage (optional)
S105 T Rack positioning / test K15 Circulation pump
S106 D Automatic program recognition K16 Tank heating
S107 E Automatic program recognition K17 Dryer fan
S108 F Automatic program recognition K18 Dryer heating
S109 Pressure switch for clogged screen Outputs X18
(opener)
S110 LS door auxiliary relay closed M21 Dosing pump 1
S111 US door auxiliary relay closed M22 Dosing pump 2
S112 LS Door switch open M23 Dosing pump 3
S113 US Door switch open M24 Dosing pump 4
Inputs X3 Y25 CW Valve drain cooling 60°C
S201 Empty level indicator 1 K26 DI Tank boiler heater
S202 Empty level indicator 2 Y27 CW Valve (DI) condenser
S203 Empty level indicator 3 K28 Signal End, Run, Error, Exhaust Valve
S204 Empty level indicator 4
S205 Empty level indicator 5 Y/M31 Drainage valve / drainage pump (Connec-
tion X19)
S206 Autom. loading and unloading station K32 Dosing pump 5 (Connection X20)
S207 Automated system - manually K33 Rack drive in the device (Connection X21)
S208 Automated system - automatically M34 (Connection X22)
S209 Safety switch actuator LS K35 Open LS hoist motor (Connection X23)
S210 Safety switch actuator US K36 Close LS hoist motor (Connection X24)
S211 Pressure switch 50 mbar K37 Open US hoist motor (Connection X25)
S212 Filter differential pressure switch K38 Close US hoist motor (Connection X26)
(optional)
S213 Exhaust system error (external) M41 LS linear motor (Connection X53)
Inputs X4 M42 US linear motor (Connection X54)
SA Load shut-off
SB Floor pan leakage Additional PCB(Connections X63)
SC DI Boiler code K57 Signal End, Run, Error, Exhaust Valve
SD DI Boiler float switch K58 Signal End, Run, Error, Exhaust Valve
SE Open LS door
SF Close US door

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8.2 Inputs X4

8.2.1 SA Peak load block (building)

If Input SA is closed, the program in operation is not interrupted. A new program


cannot be activated. "Program ready" appears on the display instead of "Peak
Load Block".

8.2.2 SB Floor pan leakage

If Input SB is closed, the program in operation is interrupted. "Leakage Pan" ap-


pears on the display, Error Code 112 (see Chap. 10 "Errors with program inter-
ruption and their elimination")

8.2.3 SC DI boiler code

If Input SC is closed, a DI boiler is connected. Temperature Sensor NTC4 is mon-


itored. Functions for boiler operation (float switch SD, K26, NTC4, K34) are acti-
vated (see Chap. 6.9.13 "Pre-heated DI water M9 (Final Rinse)").

8.2.4 SD DI boiler float switch

Float switch for DI boiler is active only if SC is closed.

8.2.5 SE Open LS door

If Input SE is closed, the LS door is opened (automatic loading) (see Chap. 12.22
"Automatic loading and unloading (optional)").

8.2.6 SF Close door

If Input SF is closed, the US door is closed (automatic loading) (see Chap. 12.22
"Automatic loading and unloading (optional)").
Further information:
(See Chap. 6.6.16 "Input switching statuses SA to SF")

8.3 Temperature sensors

NTC1 = Tank temperature sensor (K16) for process control


NTC2 = Temperature sensor for dryer (K18)
NTC3 = Empty
NTC4 = Temperature sensor for DI boiler (K26)
NTC5 = Tank temperature sensor during Steps (M1-M4), (M9) and batch
documentation/printer and documentation 85X5
NTC6 = Empty

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8.4 Interfaces

8.4.1 Batch Documentation System ICS 8535 / 8565

Interface RS 485
Connections for Batch Documentation Sys-
tem ICS 8535 (Fig. 115).
3 2 1 X 32
Address allocation

GND
RXD
TXD
RS 485
(See Chap. 6.11.19 "Allocation of address for
RS 232 8535
the ICS 85X5 archiving system")

Fig 115

(See also Chap. 6.10.22 "Rack identification")

8.4.2 Telegram allocation for batch documentation system

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Telegram allocation for position number activation (ECU 2000)

No. Type Abbreviation Description Pos.


No.
1 Machine Med Medium 1
2 Machine CT Temperature Sensor NTC5 / 2
NTC2
3 Machine CDNo Doser Number 4
4 Machine DosV Dosing volume 8
5 Machine A0 A0-Value 7
14 Machine t Remaining Run Time 9
Telegram allocation for independent recording with DAQ channel alloca-
tion (optional)

No. Type Abbrevia- Description Pos. No.


tion
6 DAQ T1 Air Temperature PT 100 0
7 DAQ T2 Water Temperature PT 100 0
8 DAQ ae1 Conductivity 0
9 DAQ P1 Analogue Water Pressure 0
10 DAQ IDo1 Independent Flow 1 1
11 DAQ IDo2 Independent Flow 2 1
12 DAQ IDo3 Independent Flow 3 2
13 DAQ IDo4 Independent Flow 4 2

Caution
If software not tested and approved by Belimed is used, Belimed accepts no
responsibility, and no warranty claims of any kind will be accepted. This
applies to operational software of the device, and also with regard to data-
backup purposes.

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8.4.3 Overview of printer, barcode reader and modem interfaces

RS232/485 (2x) are separated with regard to voltage.

Mode

F2 F1

Reset
1
X1 4

X35
6

X34
6
RS 232

X30
X36
X31 3 2 1

X32 Fig 122

No. Connector Function / interface


X1 Printed circuit board con- 24V supply AC
nector
X30 Serial interface CADI-PC or modem interface RS 232
X31 Printed circuit board con- Printer, scanner, Interface RS 232
nector
X32 Screw clamp Interface RS 232 (inactive)
Interface RS 485 for Batch Documentation
ICS 8535
1. Clamp from left (Data-)
2. Clamp from left (Data+)
3. Clamp from left (GND)
X34 Printed circuit board con- Data connection to controllers
nector
X35 Printed circuit board con- Data connection to controllers
nector
X36 Printed circuit board con- Hardware key (see Chap. 6.1 "Access
nector rights")
S1 Reset Button red Reset Button
S2 Mode Button Boot Mode
When multiple machines are set up, an additional 150 Ohm resistor must be in-
serted at the connection (X32) for the ICS 8535 of the last machine.
Adjusting and operating the:
Printer (see Chap. 7 "Batch print-out").
Barcode reader (see Chap. 6.10.22 "Rack identification") and (6.10.23 "Content
On / Off").
Modem (see Chap. 6.11.28 "Modem connection (optional)").

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9 Downloading the control software


9.1 Software selection and download

Note
The setup data must be always saved using the "save setup" button before
loading any new system software (Firmware); otherwise all system stored
data will be lost. After loading the new software, load the saved set up data to
restore information such as machine serial number, manufacturing date, date
of the last board change and batch count (see Chap. 7.3 "Printing the setup
settings and program recipe").

 Locating the software / software download

 Confirm path (.mot) with "Download to ECU"


 Connect with controller using data communication cable

 Press black Mod-button and at the same time briefly press red Reset button
 Release Mod-button and confirm with "OK"

Mode Mode Taste

Reset Reset

PC OK

Fig 191

 Restart controller using Reset button. Software will be loaded

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10 Errors with program interruption and their elimination


10.1 Procedure in the event of errors with process interruption

Danger
Errors with process interruption must be rectified exclusively by the technical
support service!
Turn off the main switch before carrying out any intervention on the device.
Error causes can be systematically tracked with the analysis software (see Chap.
6.6.18 "Last ten errors") and recorded with the data logger.
For errors which occur irregularly, the status of in- and outputs at the time the er-
ror occurred must be recorded via print-out (see Chap. 7.2 "Batch print-out in the
event of error or program interruption"). Poorly crimped or lacking connector
contacts may be the cause.

Note
Do not replace any components if the cause of the error has not been defi-
nitely clarified. Replaced parts may still be functioning.

10.2 Low voltage colour code


Low voltage cables (secondary voltage after 24V AC transformation) have a co-
lour code.
Label syntax e.g. X2 (connector) / 5 (Pin 5)

Description Voltage Colour


Valves / AC loads
Secondary voltage 24 V 24 Volts AC Purple
Secondary voltage COM (shared) 24 Volts AC Green
Switch
Switching signals S101... 24 Volt DC Orange
Switching signals GND 0 Volt DC Grey
Temperature sensors
Signal leads for NTC sensors +5 Volt DC Yellow
Level and pressure sensors
Signal leads for level and pressure sensors 24 Volt DC Orange
Signal leads for level and pressure sensors GND 0 Volt DC Grey
Signal leads for level and pressure sensors 0.5-4.5 Volts Pink

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10.3 Error display / error code table / cause and remedy

100 Error / cause / remedy Display message


LS switch (S1), relay (K1) or potentiometer value (R1) is not within Door is open
range or has gone out of range while program was running (see Error Code 100
Chap. 6.11.8 "LS door frame final position when doors are open") and
(6.11.10 "US door frame final position when doors are open").
Input (S110), (R1) and (R2) is monitored only while program is run-
ning
Cause: Remedy:
Switch (S1) remains open Readjust or replace switch
Switch (S1) closed or defective Cable interrupted, readjust or
replace switch
Signal cable for linear drive inter- Repair interruption
rupted
Linear drive defective Replace
Relay (K1) defective Replace
Potentiometer values are not Recalibrate doors
within target range
Mechanical defect Repair or replace parts
Connectors loose Check all connections

101 Error / cause / remedy Display message


If the opening process with Motor (M35) LS takes longer than 16 s Door does not open
until the switch (S112) opens, or if the potentiometer value (R1) LS is Error Code 101
closed, the controller terminates the process with error display.
Input (S112), (R1) is monitored during the opening process.
Cause: Remedy:
Linear motor does not open Test linear motor manually on
Door Panel PCB (see Chap. 5.3
"Electro drawer with PCBs")
Recalibrate door
Replace linear motor
Motor (M35) does not respond Activate motor (M35) by means of
contactor (K35)
Replace door motor or capacitor
(6.8.2 "Direct selection of Actua-
tors K11-K16")
Switch (S112) does not open Replace switch (S112)
Mechanical defect Repair or replace parts
Plug-in connections (S112) to Re-crimp
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102 Error / cause / remedy Display message


If the closure process with Motor LS (M35) takes longer than 16 s Door does not close
until the upper switch (S1/K1) closes or the potentiometer value (R1) Error Code 102
is closed, the controller terminates the process with error display.
Input (S110), (R1) is monitored during the closure process.
Cause and remedy (see Error 101)
Cause: Remedy:
Relay ESR 1 LED green No action required
LED yellow = resistance Replace safety switch actuator
(12.18 "Dismantling the door sys-
tem (loading side)")
LED red = cable interrupted/short Replace safety switch actuator,
circuit repair cable interruption

103 Error / cause / remedy Display message


LS safety switch actuator (S209) has been triggered. If during the Object in door
closure process the safety switch actuator opens Relay ESR1, the Error Code 103
controller terminates the closure process with error display and
reopens the door (M35).
Input (S209) is monitored during the closure process.
Cause: Remedy:
Safety relay ESR 1 is defective Replace ESR
Relay ESR 1 LED green No action required
LED yellow = resistance Replace safety switch actuator
(12.18 "Dismantling the door sys-
tem (loading side)")
LED red = cable interrupted Replace safety switch actuator,
repair cable interruption

105 Error / cause / remedy Display message


The switch (S2) or the relay (K2) or the potentiometer value (R2) for Door is open
Door US are not closed or have been opened while the program was Error Code 105
running. Program is terminated with error display.
Input (S111), (R2) is monitored only while program is running
Cause and remedy (see Error 101)

107 Error / cause / remedy Display message


If the closure process with US Motor (M38) takes longer than 16 s Door does not close
until the upper switch (S2/K2) opens or the US potentiometer value Error Code 107
(R2) is closed, the controller terminates the process with error dis-
play.
Input (S111), (R2) is monitored during the closure process.
Cause and remedy (see Error 101)

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108 Error / cause / remedy Display message


US safety switch actuator (S210) has been triggered. If during the Object in door
closure process the safety switch actuator (S210) opens Relay ESR2, Error Code 108
the controller terminates the closure process with error display and
reopens with Motor (M38).
Input (S110), (R2) is monitored during the closure process.
Cause and remedy (see Error 103)

109 Error / cause / remedy Display message


Communication between the processor and the interface (IPD) has No Communication
been disrupted (see Chap. 3.3.6 "Independent content documenta- Error Code 109
tion system (IPD)").
Cause: Remedy:
Additional PCB for door contact Repair cable interruption, replace
pressure is not working PCB
No Communication Check bus address
Supply voltage Check supply

110 Error / cause / remedy Display message


Pressure in washing system has dropped below minimum. If Switch No pressure
(S211) is still open during the program 90 s after the filling phase, the Error Code 110
controller terminates the current program with error display.
Input (S211) is monitored only with Utilities (M1-M4), (M7-M9), 90 s
after the filling phase and at 85°C. Monitoring is inactive above 85°C.
Cause: Remedy:
Wrong rotational direction of the Change rotational direction,
circulation pump exchange Phases 1 and 2.
Foam formation (See Chap. 6.10 "Configuration
Module 1" Foam Control)
Detergents connected wrongly Connect containers correctly
No rack or wrong rack in the Load correctly
washing chamber
Switch (S211) does not close Replace
(see Chap. 3.6.7 "Electrical func-
tion diagram")

112 Error / cause / remedy Display message


The system is leaking. If Switch (SB) in the floor pan closes for Leakage Pan
longer than 2 s, the controller terminates the current program with Error Code 112
error display.
Input (SB) is monitored in "Program ready" mode.
Cause: Remedy:
Electric circuit via Switch (SB) is Repair interruption (8.2.2 "SB
not closed Floor pan leakage")
Leakage in the system Repair leakage, dry pan

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113 Error / cause / remedy Display message


If Switch (S109) is open for more than 4 s with 35 mm water column, Screen clogged
the controller terminates the current program with error display. Error Code 113
Input Switch (S109) is monitored during Function (F1) in the program
cycle with water (M1-M4), (M7) and (M9), and also in "Program
ready" mode.
Cause: Remedy:
Coarse or fine screen is clogged Clean screens (see Chap. 12.8
"Cleaning fine screens and
coarse screen")
Foam formation (See Chap. 6.10.24 "Step Repeti-
tion (Foam control)")
Electric circuit via Switch (S109) Repair interruption
is interrupted

118 Error / cause / remedy Display message


No program recognition Program Recognition
When automatic program recognition is activated, the switches are Error Code 118
checked for function. If one of the switches (S101-S103) and (S106-
S108) will not close, an error is displayed.
When the LS door is open, all switches are monitored. When Switch
(S105) is closed, Switches (S101-S103), (S106) and (S107) must
have been closed at least once beforehand, otherwise an error is dis-
played.
Cause: Remedy:
Rack not correctly inserted Withdraw rack completely and
insert again.
Switch defective Check inputs of Switches S101-
S103, S106, and S107 with mag-
net (see Chap. 6.6.7 "Input
switching statuses S101-S106")
and (Chap. 3.6.7 "Electrical func-
tion diagram")
No program recognition Set program recognition to "off"
(see Chap. 6.10.16 "Automatic
rack recognition")

121 Error / cause / remedy Display message


Level sensor is defective or not connected (see Chap. 6.9.7 "Utility No water
M1 Cold Water Step (CW)"). Error Code 121
If the level sensor (P1) is not closed for longer than 2 s (value
between 0.2V and 4.5V), the controller terminates the current pro-
gram with error display.
The threshold values for Input (P1) are monitored during the pro-
gram cycle.
Cause: Remedy:
Level Sensor (P1) defective Replace
Electric circuit interrupted or not Check connection and electric cir-
connected cuit and repair if necessary

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130 Error / cause / remedy Display message


The washing chamber-floor temperature sensor is defective or not NTC 1 def.
connected (value between 0°C and 150°C). The controller terminates Error Code 130
the current program with error display (see Chap. 6.6.3 "Current val-
ues of temperature sensors 1-4").
Cause: Remedy:
Temperature sensor defective Replace
Electric circuit interrupted or not Check connection and electric cir-
connected cuit and repair if necessary
Checking resistance values
25°C = 10 000 KOhm
55°C = 2 989 KOhm
85°C = 1 070 KOhm

131 Error / cause / remedy Display message


Dryer temperature sensor (NTC2) is defective or not connected (see NTC 2 def.
Chap. 6.6.3 "Current values of temperature sensors 1-4"). Error Code 131
Cause and remedy see Error 130

132 Error / cause / remedy Display message


Temperature sensor (NTC3) is defective or not connected (see Chap. NTC 3 def.
6.6.3 "Current values of temperature sensors 1-4"). Error Code 132
Cause and remedy see Error 130

133 Error / cause / remedy Display message


DI Boiler Temperature Sensor (NTC4) is defective or not connected NTC 4 def.
(see Chap. 6.6.3 "Current values of temperature sensors 1-4"). Error Code 133
Cause and remedy see Error 130

134 Error / cause / remedy Display message


Washing Chamber-Floor Temperature Sensor (NTC5) is defective or NTC 5 def.
not connected (see Chap. 6.6.4 "Current values of Temperature Sen- Error Code 134
sors 5+6").
Cause and remedy see Error 130

135 Error / cause / remedy Display message


DI Boiler Temperature Sensor (NTC6) is defective or not connected NTC 6 def.
(see Chap. 6.6.4 "Current values of Temperature Sensors 5+6"). Error Code 135
Cause and remedy see Error 130

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140 Error / cause / remedy Display message


DI Boiler Float Switch (SD) is still open after 15 minutes while filling is No DI water
in process. No DI water supply to boiler (see also Chap. 8.2.4 "SD DI Error Code 140
boiler float switch").
Cause: Remedy:
DI water tap closed Open DI water tap
DI valve dirty or defective Clean or replace
Float switch (SD) defective Replace
Threshold adjustment for DI water (See Chap. 6.12 "Error threshold DI boiler SD
10-45 minutes, values (Limits Module)" 15 min
Default setting = 15 minutes

141 Error / cause / remedy Display message


Operating level is not reached with CW during the filling process. No No cold water
CW supply in the washing chamber, or switch (S1, S2) open. Error Code 141
If, in the filling process with CW (Y11), Operating Level 2 of the level
sensor (P1) is not reached within 5 minutes, the controller terminates
the current program with error display (see Chap. 6.9.7 "Utility M1
Cold Water Step (CW)").
Threshold monitoring: Only during the filling process until Operat-
ing Level 2 is reached.
Threshold adjustment for cold water (see Chap. 6.12 "Error threshold
values (Limits Module)").
1-15 minutes, default setting = 5 minutes
Cause: Remedy:
CW tap closed Open CW
CW valve dirty or defective Clean or replace
Level measurement system is Check tubing
leaking
Switch (S110/S111) does not Check door-switch and position
close
Switch (S211) does not switch on Replace

142 Error / cause / remedy Display message


Operating level is not reached during the filling process. No warm No warm water
water supply in the washing chamber, or switch (S1, S2) open. Error Code 142
If, in the filling process with CW (Y12), Operating Level 2 of the level
sensor (P1) is not reached within 5 minutes, the controller terminates
the current program with error display (see Chap. 6.9.8 "Utility M2
Warm Water Step (WW)").
Threshold monitoring:
Threshold adjustment for warm water (see Chap. 6.12 "Error thresh-
old values (Limits Module)"). Warm water P1
1-15 minutes, default setting = 5 minutes 5 min
Cause and remedy (see Error 141)

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143 Error / cause / remedy Display message


Operating level is not reached with DI water during the filling process. No DI water
If, in the filling process with DI water (Y13), Operating Level 2 of the Error Code 143
level sensor (P1) is not reached within 7 minutes, the controller termi-
nates the current program with error display (see Chap. 6.9.10 "Utility
M4 DI Water Step").
Threshold monitoring:
Threshold adjustment for DI water supply (see Chap. 6.12 "Error DI Water P1
threshold values (Limits Module)"). 7 min
1-20 minutes, default setting = 7 minutes
Cause and remedy (see Error 141)

146 Error / cause / remedy Display message


Operating level is not reached with pre-heated DI water (M9) from the No DI water
boiler during the filling process. Error Code 146
If Operating Level 2 is not reached within 3 minutes while the filling
process with pre-heated DI water (Y14) is under way, the controller
terminates the current program with error display (see Chap. 6.9.13
"Pre-heated DI water M9 (Final Rinse)").
Threshold monitoring: DI Water Boiler
Threshold adjustment for pre-heated DI water supply (see Chap. 6.12 3 min
"Error threshold values (Limits Module)").
1-15 minutes, default setting = 3 minutes
Cause: Remedy:
Leaking pipes Check pipes for leaks
Relay (K14) defective or not acti- Activate or replace
vated
Valve of Motor (M14) does not Repair or replace valve
open
Leaks in level measuring system Check tubing

147 Error / cause / remedy Display message


If the overflow level of the level sensor (P1) is exceeded for a period Overflow level
of 3 seconds, the controller terminates the current program with error Error Code 147
display (see Chap. 6.9.7 "Utility M1 Cold Water Step (CW)").
Static threshold = 3.2V (without Circulation Pump M15)
Dynamic threshold = static-1.3V (with Circulation Pump M15)
Cause: Remedy:
Water valves do not close Clean or replace
Motor (M15) defective or over- Allow circulation pump to cool,
heated repair or replace
Relay (K15) defective or cable Replace relay (K15), check cable
interrupted connections and repair if neces-
sary
Switch (S211) does not switch on Replace

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148 Error / cause / remedy Display message


Empty state monitor detects no change of level during wash chamber No drain
drainage. Error Code 148
If the level does not drop to 0.7V (empty level +0.2V) within 3 minutes
while drainage via drainage valve (Y31) or drainage pump is in pro-
cess, the controller terminates the current process with error code
(see Chap. 6.9.7 "Utility M1 Cold Water Step (CW)").
Threshold monitoring: Only during drainage until empty level is Drainage P1
reached. 3 min
Threshold adjustment for drainage (see Chap. 6.12 "Error threshold
values (Limits Module)").
3-15 minutes, default setting = 3 minutes
The relay for the circulation pump (K15) is stuck.
If Switch (S211) is in closed state while the drainage phase (Y31
active) is under way, the process is interrupted and an error is dis-
played.
Threshold monitoring: 5 s after start of drainage.
Cause: Remedy:
Switch (S211) remains closed Replace
Electric circuit between controller Repair interruption
and valve interrupted
Relay (K31) does not respond Replacing the controller
Drainage valve (Y31) defective Check function by direct activa-
tion (Y31). Clean or replace (see
Chap. 6.8 "Control Module")
Drain clogged Clean
Contactor for circulation pump is Replace contactor
stuck

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149 Error / cause / remedy Display message


Level has dropped below minimum operating level during washing Level too low
process. Water lost in the washing phase. Error Code 149
If the level drops below the minimum level of 1 Volt for 15 s in the
course of the washing cycle, the controller terminates the current pro-
cess with error display (see Chap. 6.9.7 "Utility M1 Cold Water Step
(CW)").
Threshold monitoring: 5 s after start of washing.
Cause: Remedy:
Drainage valve membrane soiled Clean or replace membrane (see
Chap. 12.4 "Overview of mainte-
nance intervals")
Exhaust air system has excessive Reduce the vacuum
suction power. Steam is with-
drawn
Exhaust flap remains open Repair exhaust flap
(stuck)
Exhaust flap remains closed. Repair exhaust flap
Washing liquid is drained via
Switch (S31) (see Chap. 3.6.7
"Electrical function diagram")
Expanding air cannot escape Check exhaust system
Air presses back via the exhaust Install motor-driven exhaust flap
system (see Chap. 6.11.15 "Potential-free
output K28, K57 and K58")

150 Error / cause / remedy Display message


Maximum level (water above edge of door) exceeded. Unwanted Level too high
entry of water into the washing chamber (see Chap. 6.9.7 "Utility M1 Error Code 150
Cold Water Step (CW)").
If the level of 3.2V is exceeded for 3 s, the controller terminates the
current process with error display.
As long as the level is above 3.2V, the washing chamber doors
remain locked.
Threshold monitoring: As long as the device is switched on
Cause: Remedy:
Leaking water valves Replace water valves (see Chap.
12.4 "Overview of maintenance
intervals")
Switch (S211) does not switch on Replace
(see Chap. 3.6.7 "Electrical func-
tion diagram")

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151 Error / cause / remedy Display message


No dosage or too high dosage. Flow Meter 1 does not detect Wrong dosing
required impulses. D1 Error 151
If a dosage has been programmed in the step phase with Flow Meter
1, at least 10 impulses of the flow meter must be counted within 1
minute during dosing with Motor (M21), and at least X impulses for
every further 6 seconds. Otherwise the controller terminates the cur-
rent process with error display. The impulses in the dosing phase are
monitored with a minimum flow rate of 8 Imp/s.
Example:
3610 = Impulses/l (value from controller after calibration of flow
meter)
77 = K (constant)
3610 / 77 = 47
Threshold monitoring: During the whole cycle, even when dosing is
not taking place.
If the dosing pump button is pressed, the system switches to error!
Not more than 6 impulses within 6 seconds are permissible for mea-
surements in Flow Meter 1. Maximum dosage 500 ml.
Cause: Remedy:
Wrong settings for dosing Adjust settings (see Chap. 6.7
"Dosing module")
Flow meter dirty or defective Clean or replace (see Chap.
12.13 "Dosing system")
Dosing pump tube defective Replace
Dosing pump dirty or defective Clean or replace
Wrong detergents used Use correct detergents
Dosing pipes clogged Clean or replace

152 Error / cause / remedy Display message


Flow Meter 2 Wrong dosing
See Error 151 D2

153 Error / cause / remedy Display message


Flow Meter 3 Wrong dosing
See Error 151 D3

154 Error / cause / remedy Display message


Flow Meter 4 Wrong dosing
See Error 151 D4

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161 Error / cause / remedy Display message


Temperature sensor in the washing chamber detects no change dur- No heat
ing heating phase. Error Code 161
If a minimum temperature change of 1°C is not detected during the
heating phase in the washing chamber (NTC1) within the specified
time period (3 minutes), or if during the holding phase the tempera-
ture is no longer reached for more than 3 minutes, the controller ter-
minates the current process with error display.
Threshold monitoring: During the heating and holding phase with
water.
Cause: Remedy:
Contactor (K16) defective Replace
Heating defective Replace
Cable connections burnt or defec- Replace burnt cable connections
tive
Drain valve membrane leaking Clean / replace membrane
(see Chap. 12.4 "Overview of
maintenance intervals")
Safety temperature limiter has Re-activate
been triggered
No steam (building) Check building steam connection
Suction unit excessively powerful Reduce the vacuum
Exhaust flap always remains Clean or, if necessary, repair
open

162 Error / cause / remedy Display message


The temperature sensor in the DI boiler detects no change of temper- No heat
ature during the heating phase. Error Code 162
If a minimum temperature change of 1°C is not detected during the
heating phase in the DI boiler (NTC4) within a specified time period (5
minutes), the controller terminates the current process with error dis-
play.
Threshold monitoring: During the heating and holding phase
Causes and remedies see Error 161

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163 Error / cause / remedy Display message


If the water temperature exceeds the target by 8°C in the water steps Water too Hot
(M1-4), (M7), (M9), the controller terminates the current process with Error Code 163
error display.
If the (NTC1) target temperature is exceeded by 8°C during 1 minute
while a water step is under way after completion of the filling process,
the controller terminates the current process with error display (see
Chap. 6.9.7 "Utility M1 Cold Water Step (CW)")
If no temperature has been entered, monitoring is inactive. (Default
setting = 0)
A maximum water temperature of 45°C is permitted for the cold pre-
rinse function. If this is exceeded, the controller terminates the current
process with error display (see Chap. 6.9.16 "Function F1 - Pre Rins-
ing").
Cause: Remedy:
Water utilities have been Connect water supplies correctly
exchanged (see Chap. 3.6.6 "Connection dia-
grams")
Program error of utility allocation Check programs (see Chap. 11.5
"Allocation of the utilities")
Contactor (K16) is stuck Replace

188 Error / cause / remedy Display message


No communication (see Chap. 6.11.20 "Activating Error 188"). No Communication
Cause: Remedy: Error Code 188
Interface PCB for in- and outputs Replace Interface PCB (see
defective Chap. 5.3 "Electro drawer with
PCBs")
Connector with loose contact Check connector
Fuse defective Check fuse and replace if neces-
sary
Coding switch in wrong position Check coding switch and adjust
(IPD PCB) correctly

189 Error / cause / remedy Display message


No communication. No Communication
Cause: Remedy: Error Code 189
IPD defective Replace IPD (see Chap. 3.3.6
"Independent content documenta-
tion system (IPD)")
Connector with loose contact Check connector
Fuse defective Check fuse and replace if neces-
sary
Coding switch in wrong position Check coding switch and adjust
(IPD PCB) correctly

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190 Error / cause / remedy Display message


General communication problem of data connections to controllers No Communication
due to voltage breakdown. Error Code 190
Cause: Remedy:
Fuse of Door Contact Pressure Check and replace if necessary
PCB or Interface PCB defective
(see Chap. 5.3 "Electro drawer
with PCBs")
Cable interrupted Locate cable interruption
Connector with loose contact Check connector
Coding switch in wrong position Check coding switch and adjust
(IPD PCB) correctly

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11 Process data of factory programs


11.1 Process time
These process data are valid only for electrically heated devices without DI water
pre-heating. The disinfection process can be shortened by approx. 14 minutes
by use of DI water pre-heating.

11.2 Water and electric power consumption


Water consumption depends on rack, washing items and loading. As cold and
warm water are mixed, the proportion of the latter depends on the supply tem-
peratures of the different utilities.

Note
If supply temperatures are low, the proportion of warm water is increased.

The electric power consumption data (kWh) apply only to electrically heated
models. They include pumps, ventilator and heat energy for device operation,
from heating-up to the starting temperature to process fluid target temperature
and air for drying. The energy content of warm water from the building is not in-
cluded in energy balance calculations. In steam-heated versions, the energy
portion for heating up the water does not apply.

11.3 Why self-disinfection?


Micro-organisms form in the washing chamber, tubing and DI boiler after a pro-
longed period not using the device. Following thermal disinfection step, residues
of dead bacteria on the medical device may constitute a risk for patients.
In the case of active self-disinfection, the owner is requested to perform self-dis-
infection after a programmed period (24 hours as standard) following the last pro-
gram run.

Note
If there is no mains power (mains switch OFF), the timer is not active, there-
fore the request for "Self Disinfection Start" of the device is always displayed
when the device is switched on and self-disinfection is active.

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11.4 Validated process parameters P1-P12


The 12 programs with specific program parameters, such as rinsing steps, dos-
age media concentrations, washing temperature and washing time, have been
compiled with respect to the suitability of the dosing agents and the racks (instru-
ment racks, OP shoes...). The procedures have been validated as device soft-
ware and are supplied by the factory as ex-factory programs.

Warning
Washing items must not be allowed to pass into the clean work area without
going through washing and disinfection! It must be ensured that the com-
plete program cycle has been run through without errors.

Note
All program modifications must at all times be accessible to the technical ser-
vice! All ex-factory programs have a thermal disinfection step, and process-
ing of temperature-sensitive washing items is therefore not intended. Correct
dosing pump function and allocation of chemicals must be ensured. Every
program must be validated when taken into operation (see Chap. 2.5 "Pro-
cess validation").

11.4.1 Deleting programs

Program deletion (see Chap. 6.9.3 "Allocation of the program library").

Warning
Do not set programs inactive. Programs that are not used must be deleted
completely! There is the risk of an unwanted program being selected with
"Automatic Program Recognition".

11.5 Allocation of the utilities

Note
In the condenser option and DI water pre-heating option, the utilities must be
re-allocated accordingly.

11.5.1 With condenser

In order to activate the condenser, Utility M6 "Condense" must be programmed


instead of M5 "Dry". M6 opens the DI water valve (Y27) in addition to drying.

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11.5.2 DI water pre-heating

Select M9 instead of M4 for Final Rinse. Preferably enter 95°C, holding time 0
minutes for thermal disinfection of the DI boiler. This reduces the heating up of
the Final Rinse water in the washing chamber.

Note
Utilities M6 and M9 must always be included in the same program (M9 =
Final rinse with pre-heated DI water, M6 = Condense).

11.5.3 Deactivating program steps

The second rinsing step can be deactivated with Function F0 (see Chap. 6.9.15
"Function F0 - inactive step").

Warning
Do not set programs inactive. Programs that are not used must be deleted
completely! There is the risk of an unwanted program being selected with
"Automatic Program Recognition" (see Chap. 11.4.1 "Deleting programs").

11.6 Overview of ex-factory programs

Prog. Program name Chemicals Belimed deter-


No. gents
P1 Alkaline washing of anaesthetics material Alkaline chemicals Beliclean 128
P2 Mildly alkaline washing of anaesthetics material Mildly alkaline chemi- Beliclean 201
cals Beliclean 205
Neutraliser
P3 Alkaline washing of OP shoes Alkaline chemicals Beliclean 128
P4 Alkaline washing of instruments Alkaline chemicals Beliclean 128
P5 Alkaline intensive washing of instruments Alkaline chemicals Beliclean 128
P6 Highly alkaline washing of instruments Highly alkaline chemi- Beliclean 202
cals Beliclean 205
Neutraliser
P7 Neutral washing of containers Enzymatic chemicals Belizym 203
P8 Neutral washing of MIS instruments Enzymatic chemicals Belizym 203
P9 Alkaline washing of MIS instruments Alkaline chemicals Beliclean 128
P10 Alkaline washing of baby bottles Alkaline chemicals Beliclean 128
P11 Highly alkaline washing of laboratory glassware Highly alkaline chemi- Beliclean 202
cals Beliclean 205
Neutraliser
P12 Supplemental drying
(See Chap. 6.9.2 "Selecting Programs P1-P6 (Shift P7-P12)"

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11.7 P1 Alkaline washing of anaesthetic material

Indication / washing items: Anaesthetics material (tubes, material for artificial respiration...)
Rack: Anaesthetic material
Process description: Alkaline washing with Thermal Disinfection A0 = 3000
Chemicals: Beliclean 128
Doser 1: Consumption = 200 ml/batch
Neutraliser: -
Doser 2: -
Drying accelerator: Belidry 604
Doser 3: Consumption = 38 ml/batch
Electric power consumption: 10.1 kWh

Program Number 1: AN Material Alkaline


Program Utility Phase 1 Phase 2 Step
step Temp. 1 Product/ Duration Temp. 1 Product Dura- duration

[°C] dosage 1 [°C] dosage tion 2 [Min]


[Min] [Min]
Pre Rinse CW - - 3 - - - 5
Clean CW+WW 35 128/5 ml - 70 - 5 18
Rinse WW - - 1 - - - 3
Second WW - - 1 - - - 3
Rinse
Therm. Dis. DI 93 - A0=3000 - 604/1 ml 1 21
Dry Air 120 - 4 80 - 16 21
Total Program Time on average 71

Program step Cold water Warm water DI warm water Consumption/step


Pre Rinse 40 - - 40
Clean 14 26 - 40
Rinse - 38 - 38
Second Rinse - 39 - 39
Therm. Disinfection - - 38 38
Total 54 103 38 195

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11.8 P2 Mildly alkaline washing of anaesthetics material

Indication / washing items: Anaesthetics material (tubes, material for artificial respiration...)
Rack: Anaesthetic material
Process description: Alkaline washing with Thermal Disinfection A0 = 3000
Chemicals: Beliclean 201
Doser 1: Consumption = 200 ml/batch
Neutraliser: Beliclean 205
Doser 2: Consumption = 75 ml/batch
Drying accelerator: Belidry 604
Doser 3: Consumption = 39 ml/batch
Electric power consumption: 10.0 kWh

Program Number 2: AN Material Mild Alkaline


Program Utility Phase 1 Phase 2 Step
step Temp. 1 Product/ Duration Temp. 1 Product Dura- duration

[°C] dosage 1 [°C] dosage tion 2 [Min]


[Min] [Min]
Pre Rinse CW - - 3 - - - 5
Clean CW+WW 35 201/5 ml - 60 - 7 19
Rinse WW - 205/2 ml 1 - - - 3
Second WW - - 1 - - - 3
Rinse
Therm. Dis. DI 93 - A0=3000 - 604/1 ml 1 21
Dry Air 120 - 4 80 - 16 20
Total Program Time on average 71

Program step Cold water Warm water DI warm water Consumption/step


Pre Rinse 40 - - 40
Clean 15 25 - 40
Rinse 38 - - 38
Second Rinse - 39 - 39
Therm. Disinfection - - 39 39
Total 93 64 39 196

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11.9 P3 Alkaline washing of OP shoes

Indication / washing items: OP shoes


Rack: For OP shoes in 2 tiers basic rack
Process description: Highly alkaline washing with Thermal Disinfection A0 = 600
Chemicals: Beliclean 128
Doser 1: Consumption = 160 ml/batch
Neutraliser: -
Doser 2: -
Drying accelerator: Belidry 604
Doser 3: Consumption = 29 ml/batch
Electric power consumption: 7.7 kWh

Program Number 3: OP Shoes Alkaline


Program Utility Phase 1 Phase 2 Step
step Temp. 1 Product/ Duration Temp. 1 Product Dura- duration

[°C] dosage 1 [°C] dosage tion 2 [Min]


[Min] [Min]
Pre Rinse CW - - 2 - - - 4
Clean CW+WW 35 128/5 ml - 70 - 7 14
Rinse WW - - 1 - - - 3
Second WW - - 1 - - - 3
Rinse
Therm. Dis. DI 80 604/1 ml A0=600 - - - 21
Dry Air 120 - 4 80 - 10 14
Total Program Time on average 59

Program step Cold water Warm water DI warm water Consumption/step


Pre Rinse 30 - - 30
Clean 10 20 - 30
Rinse - 29 - 29
Second Rinse - 30 - 30
Therm. Disinfection - - 29 29
Total 40 79 29 148

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11.10 P4 Alkaline washing of instruments

Indication / washing items: Surgical instruments and examination instruments


Rack: Instruments 4 tiers, 12 DIN sieve trays 50 mm
Process description: Alkaline washing with Thermal Disinfection A0 = 3000
Chemicals: Beliclean 128
Doser 1: Consumption = 190 ml/batch
Neutraliser: -
Doser 2: -
Drying accelerator: Belidry 604
Doser 3: Consumption = 38 ml/batch
Electric power consumption: 10.2 kWh

Program Number 4: Instruments Alkaline


Program Utility Phase 1 Phase 2 Step
step Temp. 1 Product/ Duration Temp. 1 Product Dura- duration

[°C] dosage 1 [°C] dosage tion 2 [Min]


[Min] [Min]
Pre Rinse CW - - 3 - - - 5
Clean CW+WW 35 128/5 ml - 70 - 5 19
Rinse WW - - 1 - - - 3
Second WW - - 1 - - - 3
Rinse
Therm. Dis. DI 93 604/1 ml A0=3000 - - - 20
Dry Air 120 - 12 - - - 13
Total Program Time on average 63

Program step Cold water Warm water DI warm water Consumption/step


Pre Rinse 38 - - 38
Clean 10 28 - 38
Rinse - 37 - 37
Second Rinse - 37 - 37
Therm. Disinfection - - 38 38
Total 48 102 38 188

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11.11 P5 Alkaline intensive washing of instruments

Indication / washing items: Surgical instruments and examination instruments


Rack: Instruments 4 tiers, 12 DIN sieve trays 50 mm
Process description: Alkaline washing 90°C with Thermal Disinfection A0 = 600
Chemicals: Beliclean 128
Doser 1: Consumption = 185 ml/batch
Neutraliser: -
Doser 2: -
Drying accelerator: Belidry 604
Doser 3: Consumption = 36 ml/batch
Electric power consumption: 9.9 kWh

Program Number 5: Instruments Intensive Alkaline


Program Utility Phase 1 Phase 2 Step
step Temp. 1 Product/ Duration Temp. 1 Product Dura- duration

[°C] dosage 1 [°C] dosage tion 2 [Min]


[Min] [Min]
Pre Rinse CW - - 3 - - - 5
Clean CW+WW 35 128/5 ml - 90 - 4 23
Rinse WW - - 1 - - - 3
Second WW - - 1 - - - 3
Rinse
Therm. Dis. DI 90 604/1 ml A0=600 - - - 18
Dry Air 120 - 10 - - - 4
Total Program Time on average 56

Program step Cold water Warm water DI warm water Consumption/step


Pre Rinse 37 - - 37
Clean 19 18 - 37
Rinse - 37 - 37
Second Rinse - 37 - 37
Therm. Disinfection - - 36 36
Total 56 92 36 184

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11.12 P6 Highly alkaline washing of instruments

Indication / washing items: Surgical instruments and examination instruments


Rack: Instruments 4 tiers, 12 DIN sieve trays 50 mm
Process description: Highly alkaline washing with Thermal Disinfection A0 = 3000
Chemicals: Beliclean 202
Doser 1: Consumption = 180 ml/batch
Neutraliser: Beliclean 205
Doser 2: Consumption = 70 ml/batch
Drying accelerator: Belidry 604
Doser 3: Consumption = 35 ml/batch
Electric power consumption: 10.1 kWh

Program Number 6: Instruments Alkaline


Program Utility Phase 1 Phase 2 Step
step Temp. 1 Product/ Duration Temp. 1 Product Dura- duration

[°C] dosage 1 [°C] dosage tion 2 [Min]


[Min] [Min]
Pre Rinse CW - - 3 - - - 5
Clean CW+WW 35 202/5 ml - 70 - 5 17
Rinse WW - 205/2 ml 1 - - - 4
Second WW - - 1 - - - 3
Rinse
Therm. Dis. DI 93 604/1 ml A0=3000 - - - 19
Dry Air 120 - 12 - - - 12
Total Program Time on average 60

Program step Cold water Warm water DI warm water Consumption/step


Pre Rinse 36 - - 36
Clean 9 27 - 36
Rinse - 36 - 36
Second Rinse - 35 - 35
Therm. Disinfection - - 35 35
Total 45 98 35 178

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11.13 P7 Neutral washing of containers

Indication / washing items: 4 containers with 2 lids each


Rack: Container
Process description: Highly alkaline washing with Thermal Disinfection A0 = 600
Chemicals: Beliclean 203
Doser 1: Consumption = 175 ml/batch
Neutraliser: -
Doser 2: -
Drying accelerator: Belidry 604
Doser 3: Consumption = 34 ml/batch
Electric power consumption: 7.2 kWh

Program Number 7: Containers Neutral


Program Utility Phase 1 Phase 2 Step
step Temp. 1 Product/ Duration Temp. 1 Product Dura- duration

[°C] dosage 1 [°C] dosage tion 2 [Min]


[Min] [Min]
Pre Rinse CW - - 2 - - - 3
Clean CW+WW 40 203/5 ml 3 60 - 5 15
Rinse WW - - 1 - - - 3
Second WW - - 1 - - - 3
Rinse
Therm. Dis. DI 90 604/1 ml A0=600 - - - 18
Dry Air 120 - 5 - - - 7
Total Program Time on average 49

Program step Cold water Warm water DI warm water Consumption/step


Pre Rinse 33 - - 33
Clean 3 32 - 35
Rinse - 33 - 33
Second Rinse - 33 - 33
Therm. Disinfection - - 34 34
Total 36 98 34 168

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11.14 P8 Neutral washing of MIS instruments

Indication / washing items: MIS instruments and accessories


Rack: MIS
Process description: Neutral washing, washing and second rinse with DI water, Thermal
Disinfection A0 = 3000
Chemicals: Beliclean 203
Doser 1: Consumption = 135 ml/batch
Neutraliser: -
Doser 2: -
Drying accelerator: Belidry 604
Doser 3: Consumption = 28 ml/batch
Electric power consumption: 9.4 kWh

Program Number 8: MIS Instruments Neutral


Program Utility Phase 1 Phase 2 Step
step Temp. 1 Product/ Duration Temp. 1 Product Dura- duration

[°C] dosage 1 [°C] dosage tion 2 [Min]


[Min] [Min]
Pre Rinse CW - - 3 - - - 5
Clean DI 40 203/5 ml 4 60 - 3 18
Rinse WW - - 1 - - - 3
Second DI - - 1 - - - 3
Rinse
Therm. Dis. DI 93 604/1 ml A0=3000 - - - 20
Dry Air 120 - 12 - - - 12
Total Program Time on average 61

Program step Cold water Warm water DI warm water Consumption/step


Pre Rinse 28 - - 28
Clean - - 27 27
Rinse - 27 - 27
Second Rinse - - 28 28
Therm. Disinfection - - 28 28
Total 28 27 83 138

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11.15 P9 Alkaline washing of MIS instruments

Indication / washing items: MIS instruments and accessories


Rack: MIS
Process description: Alkaline washing, second rinse with DI water, Thermal Disinfection
A0 = 3000
Chemicals: Beliclean 128
Doser 1: Consumption = 165 ml/batch
Neutraliser: -
Doser 2: -
Drying accelerator: Belidry 604
Doser 3: Consumption = 34 ml/batch
Electric power consumption: 9.5 kWh

Program Number 9: MIS Instruments Alkaline


Program Utility Phase 1 Phase 2 Step
step Temp. 1 Product/ Duration Temp. 1 Product Dura- duration

[°C] dosage 1 [°C] dosage tion 2 [Min]


[Min] [Min]
Pre Rinse CW - - 3 - - - 4
Clean CW+WW 35 128/5 ml - 70 - 5 16
Rinse WW - - 1 - - - 3
Second DI - - 1 - - - 3
Rinse
Therm. Dis. DI 93 604/1 ml A0=3000 - - - 21
Dry Air 120 - 12 - - - 13
Total Program Time on average 60

Program step Cold water Warm water DI warm water Consumption/step


Pre Rinse 33 - - 33
Clean 5 28 - 33
Rinse - 33 - 33
Second Rinse - - 33 33
Therm. Disinfection - - 34 34
Total 38 61 67 166

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11.16 P10 Alkaline washing of baby bottles

Indication / washing items: Baby bottles


Rack: For baby bottles and glass
Process description: Alkaline washing with Thermal Disinfection A0 = 3000
Chemicals: Beliclean 128
Doser 1: Consumption = 150 ml/batch
Neutraliser: -
Doser 2: -
Drying accelerator: Belidry 604
Doser 3: Consumption = 30 ml/batch
Electric power consumption: 9.5 kWh

Program Number 10: Baby Bottles Alkaline


Program Utility Phase 1 Phase 2 Step
step Temp. 1 Product/ Duration Temp. 1 Product Dura- duration

[°C] dosage 1 [°C] dosage tion 2 [Min]


[Min] [Min]
Pre Rinse CW 35 - 3 - - - 5
Clean CW+WW 35 128/5 ml - 70 - 5 16
Rinse WW - - 1 - - - 3
Second WW - - 1 - - - 3
Rinse
Therm. Dis. DI 93 - A0=3000 - - - 17
Dry Air 120 - 10 - 604/1 ml 1 11
Total Program Time on average 55

Program step Cold water Warm water DI warm water Consumption/step


Pre Rinse 12 18 - 30
Clean 15 15 - 30
Rinse - 30 - 30
Second Rinse - 30 - 30
Therm. Disinfection - - 30 30
Total 27 93 30 150

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11.17 P11 Alkaline intensive washing of laboratory glassware

Indication / washing items: Laboratory glassware


Rack: For baby bottles and glass
Process description: Alkaline washing with Thermal Disinfection A0 = 600
Chemicals: Beliclean 202
Doser 1: Consumption = 135 ml/batch
Neutraliser: Beliclean 205
Doser 2: Consumption = 54 ml/batch
Drying accelerator: Belidry 604
Doser 3: Consumption = 27 ml/batch
Electric power consumption: 9.1 kWh

Program Number 11: Laboratory Glassware Intensive Alkaline


Program Utility Phase 1 Phase 2 Step
step Temp. 1 Product/ Duration Temp. 1 Product Dura- duration

[°C] dosage 1 [°C] dosage tion 2 [Min]


[Min] [Min]
Pre Rinse CW - - 3 - - - 5
Clean CW+WW 35 128/5 ml - 80 - 5 16
Rinse WW - 205/2 ml 1 - - - 3
Second WW - - 1 - - - 3
Rinse
Therm. Dis. DI 80 - A0=600 - - - 12
Dry Air 120 - 10 - - 16 11
Total Program Time on average 50

Program step Cold water Warm water DI warm water Consumption/step


Pre Rinse 27 - - 27
Clean 15 12 - 27
Rinse - 27 - 27
Second Rinse - 27 - 27
Therm. Disinfection - - 27 27
Total 42 66 27 135

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11.18 P12 Supplemental drying

Indication / washing items: -


Rack: -
Process description: Supplementary drying for 5 minutes at 120°C
Chemicals: -
Doser 1: -
Neutraliser: -
Doser 2: -
Drying accelerator: -
Doser 3: -
Electric power consumption: 9.5 kWh

Program Number 12: Laboratory Glassware Intensive Alkaline


Program Utility Phase 1 Phase 2 Step
step Temp. 1 Product/ Duration Temp. 1 Product Dura- duration

[°C] dosage 1 [°C] dosage tion 2 [Min]


[Min] [Min]
Pre Rinse CW - - - - - - -
Clean CW+WW - - - - - - -
Rinse WW - - - - - - -
Second WW - - - - - - -
Rinse
Therm. Dis. DI - - - - - - -
Dry Air 120 - 5 - - - 5
Total Program Time on average 5

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12 Maintenance
12.1 Maintenance in general
The technical service is responsible for carrying out the periodic maintenance
tasks.

Note
We recommend to make use of the Belimed customer service for all mainte-
nance and repair work.

Maintenance tasks which have been completed must be documented in the in-
spection and maintenance booklet included in delivery.

Danger
Switch off at the main switch prior to performing all maintenance work.
Only carry out maintenance and cleaning work with safety goggles and
gloves! Contamination residues can cause infections!

Warning
Only carry out maintenance and cleaning work after the device has been
allowed to cool.

Caution
Never spray the device for cleaning. The device is not waterproof.
Only use chrome steel cleaning agents or surface disinfectants for cleaning
the outside of the device. No solvents!

12.2 Replacing the controller


The Processor PCB is supplied without software. This must be loaded using the
CADI PC software (see Chap. 9 "Downloading the control software"). If the data
are lost, the device must be reconfigured.

Caution
When the Processor PCB is replaced, all data, such as date of manufacture,
batch counter, program data and setup settings, are lost as well.

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12.3 Error code and batch number statistics


We recommend annual recording of the statistics of the last ten error codes and
batch numbers. This overview facilitates error analysis for the service technician.
With "CADI for ECU", the controller can be accessed directly from a PC via a zero
modem cable.

 In CADI, open Washer/View Analyses


 Select the "Statistics" window
 Save data on the PC with File/Save, or print with File/Print

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12.4 Overview of maintenance intervals


Belimed recommends the following maintenance intervals:

Maintenance area Note Checkup Procedure

Cleanliness
Function

No leaks

Replace
Adjust
Visual

Clean
Device from outside
Warning notices Readability 1 B
Power rating plate Readability 1 B
Installation area
Exhaust flap 2
Pre shut-off valve 2
Steam pipe pre-filter 2 2
Coarse filter for water 2 2
Water intake
Valves Correct closure 1 B B
Pre-filter Flow rate 1 2
DI water filling time 8 litres / minute 1
Washing system
Washing arms Wear-out of rotor bearing 1 1 1 B
Plastic parts Brittle rollers on racks 1 1 B
Docking Stuck 1 1 2
Circulation pump Measure performance (A) 1 1
Bleeder EPDM DN 50 membrane 1 1 1 B
Clamp connections Torque 1 1 2
EPDM tube Formed tube 1 2
Water temperature sensor Calibrate 1 1 1 2 B
Electric heating Contactor K16 1 1 B
Steam heating Steam valve 50 Hz 1 B
Dosing system
Dosing pump tubes Pharmed 1 1 1 1
Calibration of flow meters 1 1
Detergent supply tubing Niflex tube 1 1 2
Drying system
Ventilator Measure performance (A) 2 2
Fine filter Period of operation approx. 500 h 1 1 1
Pre-filter Period of operation approx. 300 h 1 1 1 1 1 2
Heating Measure performance (A) 1 2 2
Non-return valve Seal 1 1 1 1 2 B
Air temperature sensor Check connector 1 1 B

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Maintenance area Note Checkup Procedure

Cleanliness
Function

No leaks

Replace
Adjust
Visual

Clean
Door system
Door seal Silicone foam profile 5.5 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 B
Drive systems Plug-in connections 1 1
Safety switch actuator Cut injuries 1 1 1 B
Readjust door clearance Max. 2 mm 1 1
Calibrate door setting 1
Electrical installation
Clamps, contacts Retighten contacts X 1
Racks
Washing arm bearing Check for wear 1 1 B 1 B
Washing arms Washing arms rotation checkup 1
Condition of rack 1 1
Nozzles Clogging 1 1 1
Magnets 1 B
Program pre-selection Correct program 1 1
Test sensors 1 1 B
Rack drive system
Chain Readjust tension 1 1
Rack position 1 1
Drive rollers 1 B
Height adjustment Loading table 1 1
Legend:
1 = after every 1500 batches or at least once a year when maintenance is per-
formed
2 = after every 3000 batches or at least every 2 years
B = as needed
(See also Chap. 6.10.3 "Maintenance (batch number)"

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12.5 Spare parts for maintenance


The following spare parts are used for general maintenance. These must always
be obtained from the manufacturer!

21603 Solenoid valve, single, 24V DN20


804365 Rotor bearing
57139 Washing arm
57193 Spacer disk for washing arm
73713 Rack roller
43059 Formed tube for upper washing arm
46442 Temperature sensor NTC
25120 Temperature limiter, 3-pin, 165°C
20256 2/2 Solenoid valve - steam 1/2" 24V 50Hz
48147 Pharmed tube
78081 Flow meter with cable 0.8m
06605 Nyflex tube, transparent D5/11
77317 Fine filter
74422 Pre-filter
66086 Seal for non-return valve
46457 Air temperature sensor NTC2
685765 Silicone foam profile 5.5 m
73046 Safety switch actuator
684094 Magnet for rack coding
73470 Reed sensor
76713 Rubberised drive roller
Recommended spare parts:
84000 ECU 2000 processor card
73240 PCB for door contact pressure (linear drive)
76539 Level sensor
73469 Linear drive 24V DC

Note
Label and return replaced components to the manufacturer (see Chap. 15
"Organisation Belimed AG") or dispose of in accordance with local laws and
regulations.

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12.6 Maintenance of the bottom washing arm

Warning
Pointed or sharp objects can cause injuries when cleaning the device.

2
7
3
4
5

Fig 177

1 Clamping fixture
2 Direction of rotation for loosening
3 Top bearing bush
4 Bottom washing arm
5 Bottom bearing bush
6 Supporting bearing
7 Sealing O-ring for clamping fixture
 Twist the clamping fixture (Fig. 177 Pos.1) counter-clockwise and pull it up-
wards
 Disassemble the remaining components acc. to Fig. 177
 Check the seal on the clamping fixture (Fig. 177 Pos.7) for damage
 Check the washing arm (Fig. 177 Pos.4) for clogged nozzles and clean as
required
 Clean the bearing bushes (Fig. 177 Pos.3+5), check for wear and replace as
required
Replacement criteria: Score marks or deep scratches
 Reassemble components

Caution
Rinsing nozzles must be facing upwards!

 Check rotation of the washing arm

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12.7 Maintenance of the top washing arm

Warning
Pointed or sharp objects can cause injuries when cleaning the device.

The washing arm must be checked daily and clogged nozzles cleaned.

1
5

2
4

3
Fig 108

1 Washing arm sleeve


2 Top washing arm
3 Cap nut
4 Slide ring
5 Rotor bearing
 Loosen cap nut (Fig. 108 Pos.5)

Note
Do not lose the spacer disc (Fig. 108 Pos.4)!

 Disassemble the components acc. to Fig. 108


 Check the washing arm (Fig. 108 Pos.2) for clogged nozzles and clean as
required
 Check the rotor bearing (Fig. 108 Pos.5) for wear and replace as required
Replacement criteria: Score marks or deep scratches
 Reassemble components
 Check rotation of the washing arm

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12.8 Cleaning fine screens and coarse screen

Warning
Pointed or sharp objects can cause injuries when cleaning the device.

 Remove fine screens (Fig. 96 Pos.4) and clean as required


 Remove coarse screen (Fig. 96 Pos.3) and clean as required

Caution
The tank heating elements can be very hot!

Fig 96

1 Tank heating elements


2 Level floats
3 Coarse screen
4 Surface sieve
 Remove foreign objects from washing chamber
 Reinsert coarse screen correctly
 Reinsert fine screens correctly

Caution
Never run wash programs without the coarse and fine screens in place!

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12.9 Cleaning the water intake pre-filter

Warning
Only carry out maintenance and cleaning work after the device has been
allowed to cool.

 Dismantle armoured tube at the valve (Fig. 243 Pos.1)


 Pull out pre-filter and clean (Fig. 243 Pos.4)

4
3

Fig 243

1 Armoured tubes CW, WW, DI


2 Three water valves
3 Free flow passage
4 Pre-filter

Note
DI water filling time to calibration point must not exceed 2 minutes. Minimum
8 l/min (see Chap. 6.9.7 "Utility M1 Cold Water Step (CW)") and (12.4 "Over-
view of maintenance intervals").

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12.10 Tube clamps


 Check tube clamps for tightness and retighten as required

Warning
Replace over-wound or defective buckles as well as brittle EPDM tube buck-
les immediately!

12.11 Heating elements / dryer


 Check capillary tubes of safety temperature limiter (F16) for breakage
 Check screw-in or plug-in contacts on electrical heaters for discolouration
and replace as required.

Caution
Screw-in and plug-in contacts must be clean and the contact surfaces must
be free of contaminations.

12.12 Steam heating

Caution
Do not loosen any screw connections at high temperatures. The threads
may possibly be damaged.

 Check steam heating system (Fig. 244) for leaks. Replace defective compo-
nents and their respective seals immediately
 Clean outside of solenoid valve (Fig. 244 Pos.2) and check for visible cracks
 Check seals of condensed water drain (Fig. 244 Pos.1) and replace as re-
quired

Warning
Do not isolate the condensed water drain!

1
2

Fig 244

1 Condensed water drain


2 Solenoid valve

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12.13 Dosing system

Warning
Wearing protective goggles and gloves is compulsory when handling deter-
gents of any kind!
Detergent manufacturer safety instructions must always be followed!

 Check function of dosing system (leaks, precision)


 Check buckle connections on tubes for tightness
 Replace hard or brittle intake tubes
Further information (see also Chap. 6.7 "Dosing module")

12.13.1 Peristaltic tubes for peristaltic pumps

Note
Replace peristaltic tubes each time when servicing. Belimed recommends
replacement at least after 8 months.

Caution
Use correct material! Use of the wrong tubing material with the respective
detergents can lead to failure.

Belimed recommends:

Material Application with detergents


Pharmed General chemicals, disinfectant, neutraliser, peracetic acid
Tygon Instrument milk
Silicone Wetting agents, drying facilitators, general chemicals
Viton Special agents in pharmaceutical industry, instrument milk

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12.14 Drying system

12.14.1 Air tubes

Warning
Only carry out maintenance and cleaning work after the device has been
allowed to cool.

 Check air tubes (Fig. 366 Pos.1+6) for visible cracks and injuries

12.14.2 Pre-filter and fine filter (HEPA)

 Replace pre-filter (Fig. 366 Pos.4) after approx. 300 hours of operation or if
badly contaminated
 Replace fine filter (Fig. 366 Pos.3) after approx. 500 hours of operation or if
small cracks have appeared (see also Chap. 6.6.20 "Hours of operation of air
filter")

Note
Belimed recommends replacing the fine filter once a year.
Make sure the arrow on the fine filter points in the right direction! Do not
touch the filter paper! Set the operating hour-meter on zero (see also Chap.
6.10.4 "Ventilator operating hours (cumulative sum of drying time)").

6
1

1 4

Fig 366

1 Bottom air tube


2 Dryer fan
3 Fine filter
4 Pre-filter
5 Dryer casing
6 Top air tube

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12.14.3 Non-return valve

Warning
Only carry out maintenance and cleaning work after the device has been
allowed to cool.

 Dismantle air tube (Fig. 171 Pos.1) and formed tube (Pos.2)
 Unscrew locking screw (Pos.3) and dismantle complete valve body
 Inspect seal (Pos.6) for dirt or cracks and replace if necessary
 Test function of compression spring (Pos.4) and check for breakages, re-
place if necessary

2
B
3

Fig 171

1 Air tube
2 Formed tube
3 Valve body locking screw
4 Compression spring
5 Valve body
6 Seal for non-return valve
7 Valve tappet

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12.14.4 Differential pressure (optional)

The air filters have a differential pressure of 1.4 kPa. If the differential pressure
increases to approx. 1.7 kPa (17mbar) or higher, Error "Replace Filter" is trig-
gered.

Note
Depending on the exhaust system, the pressure point must be determined
again. Cover 50% of the filter with paper. Adjust the differential pressure
switch until the switching point is reached and the message "Replace Filter"
appears. Remove paper.

12.15 Door system

12.15.1 Safety switch actuator

Warning
Replace safety switch actuator (Fig. 192 Pos.1) with cut injuries immediately.

Fig 192

1 Safety switch actuator


2 Washing chamber door
Function test
 Close door (Fig. 192 Pos.2) using button
 Touch safety switch actuator (Fig. 192 Pos.1)
 Door is lowered
 An acoustic signal is sounded
 Error message 108 (see Chap. 10.3 "Error display / error code table / cause
and remedy")

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12.15.2 Replacing the door seal

Door seals must be intact and undamaged. Seals which have been cut or broken
out must be replaced immediately.

Warning
Only carry out maintenance and cleaning work after the device has been
allowed to cool.

Note
Clean door seals using a mild detergent and apply silicone grease for protec-
tion.

 Remove seal and glue residues from the u-section using a screwdriver.
Clean u-section thoroughly!
 Apply silicone glue continuously to the inside along the whole u-section.
 Insert door seal and bring together at the top. Do not stretch! Close door and
allow to dry for at least 24 h.

12.15.3 Retighten door belt

Caution
Door belt (Fig. 213 Pos.1) must not slip on the tensioning pulley (Fig. 213
Pos.2). Danger of premature wear!

 Remove front panel (Fig. 213 Pos.5)


 Retighten door belt via nut (Fig. 213 Pos.4).

1
2

Fig 213

1 Door belt
2 Bottom tensioning pulley
3 Compression spring for door tensioner
4 Hexagonal nut 4301 M6
5 Lower front panel

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12.15.4 Vertical door movement

If the limit is overstepped, the motor cannot release itself any more. Release
door conventionally and readjust.

Caution
Danger of collision at door setting (Fig. 194) between belt bracket (Fig. 194
Pos.3) and door frame (Fig. 194 Pos.1).
Danger of collision between washing chamber door (Fig. 194 Pos.6), drip tray
(Fig. 194 Pos.5) and drip panel (Fig. 194 Pos.7).

Min. 2mm
Min. 2mm
2

3
A2

4
4

7
6
6

A3
A1
Fig 194

1 Door frame
2 Minimum clearance between Pos.1 and Pos.3
3 Belt attachment
4 Door seal
5 Drip tray
6 Washing chamber door
7 Washing chamber drip panel
8 Safety switch actuator

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12.15.5 Readjusting door clearance

Over time, the clearance (Fig. 195 Pos.1) between seal (Fig. 195 Pos.4) and door
(Fig. 195 Pos.2) increases due to the settling process. This clearance must not
exceed 1 mm.

Note
Readjust the door once a year. Otherwise there is a risk of doors not closing
tightly any more (see Chap. 6.10.10 "Entering door contact pressure").

5
1 mm
1

4
2

6
A2

A1
Fig 195

1 Clearance washing chamber door/door seal


2 Washing chamber door
3 Drip tray
4 Door seal
5 Door frame
6 Screws for door adjustment

Note
The washing chamber must be warm while adjusting (after completion of a
program cycle).

 Open the door and interrupt at approx. 2/3 open position using button 0I

 Readjust screws (Fig. 195 Pos.6) until clearance is 1 mm (Fig. 195 Pos.1)

12.15.6 Calibrate door setting

(See Chap. 6.11.8 "LS door frame final position when doors are open" and the
following)

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12.16 Pull out electro drawer

Danger
The device must always be disconnected from the mains before carrying out
electrical servicing of any kind. Danger to life!

 Remove panels (Fig. 217)


 Remove lid from switch box (Fig. 217 Pos.4)
 Remove angle plate screws (Fig. 217 Pos.1)
 Remove base frame screws (Fig. 217 Pos.5)
 Unplug switch (Fig. 217 Pos.3)
 Pull out electro drawer (Fig. 217 Pos.2)

Fig 217

1 Angle plate screws


2 Complete electro drawer
3 Switch
4 Switch box lid
5 Base frame screws
6 Cross bar

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12.17 Maintenance of electrical installations

Danger
The device must always be disconnected from the mains before carrying out
electrical servicing of any kind. Danger to life!

Fig 174

1 Mounting screws
2 Load disconnecting switch (main switch)
3 Switch box lid
4 Network cable
5 Screwed cable fitting
6 Mains lead
 Unscrew upper and lower mounting screws (Fig. 174 Pos.1) and pull out the
whole box.

Note
The mains lead (Fig. 174 Pos.6) and the network cable (Fig. 174 Pos.4) must
be sufficiently long to enable pulling out of the electro drawer.

 Check the whole electrical installation for signs of burning or melting.

Caution
Replace damaged or defective parts immediately

 Check plug-in and clamp connections and retighten as required. Replace du-
bious connections.

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12.18 Dismantling the door system (loading side)

Danger
The device must always be disconnected from the mains before carrying out
electrical servicing of any kind. Danger to life!

Warning
Only carry out maintenance and cleaning work after the device has been
allowed to cool.

Note
At least 5 m2 of free space in front of the device are required for dismantling
the washing chamber door.

 Release door contact pressure using button and remove panels (Fig.
215)
 Remove cross bar (Fig. 215 Pos.1)

Fig 215

1 Cross bar
 Unplug switch at bottom (Fig. 148 Pos.3)
 Pull out complete electro drawer (see Chap. 12.16 "Pull out electro drawer")
 Remove mounting bracket by unscrewing two screws at the top and bottom
respectively (Fig. 148 Pos.7)

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 Unplug plug-in connections of door motor incl. operating capacitor and switch
at top (Fig. 148 Pos.1+2)
 Dismantle safety switch actuator lead (Fig. 148 Pos.4) and drainage tube
(Fig. 148 Pos.5)

Note
Dismantle drainage tube at pipe below. Disconnect safety switch actuator
lead at terminal strip below.

 Remove screws (Fig. 148 Pos.10) at both sides


 Pull out cotter pin (Fig. 148 Pos.9) at bottom on both sides and remove bolt

Warning
Door is standing without attachment and can now fall forward accidentally!

10

9 1

8
2

7
3

6
4

Fig 148

1 Gear motor
2 Switch at top
3 Switch at bottom
4 Safety switch actuator lead
5 Door tray drainage tube
6 Door support bracket screws left/right
7 Mounting bracket (upper/lower screws)
8 Electro drawer
9 Cotter pin
 Lay down complete door front (Fig. 214)

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 Remove door support bracket (Fig. 148 Pos.6) and pull the complete door
front away from the device so that the washing chamber door can be pulled
out
 Remove belt bracket (Fig. 214 Pos.1)
 Remove cross brace (Fig. 214 Pos.2)
 Slide out washing chamber door in the direction indicated by the arrow (Fig.
214)

Fig 214

1 Belt bracket
2 Cross brace
3 Complete door system
 Mount diverse Reassemble components of the old washing chamber door
(Fig. 218) to the new door
 Dismantle drainage tube (Fig. 218 Pos.4)
 Dismount safety switch actuator with lead (Fig. 218 Pos.5+1)
 Dismount left/right plastic guide (Fig. 218 Pos.2) and Z-screws (Fig. 218
Pos.3)

4
Fig 218

1 Safety switch actuator lead


2 Plastic guide left/right
3 4 Z-Screws
4 Drainage tube
5 Safety switch actuator

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 Put new washing chamber door in place and remount complete door front
 Recalibrate door (see Chap. 6.11.8 "LS door frame final position when doors
are open")

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12.19 Dismantling the door system (unloading side)

Danger
The device must always be disconnected from the mains before carrying out
electrical servicing of any kind. Danger to life!

Warning
Only carry out maintenance and cleaning work after the device has been
allowed to cool.

Follow the same procedure for dismantling the door system as for the loading
side (see Chap. 12.18 "Dismantling the door system (loading side)").

Fig 220

1 US Service door

Note
Do not dismantle the electro drawer. Remove US service door only (Fig. 220
Pos.1).

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12.20 Dismantling linear motors


 Dismantle door system (see Chap. 12.19 "Dismantling the door system (un-
loading side)")

Note
It is recommended to dismantle the linear motor from the unloading side.

 Loosen left/right stop nuts on US+LS (Fig. 196 Pos.1)

Fig 196

1 Stop nuts for attachment bracket


2 Complete door system
 Slightly lift and pull out the complete linear drive module (Fig. 149 Pos.1)
 To enable removal, first remove cotter spring and bolt on LS (see Chap.
12.18 "Dismantling the door system (loading side)").

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Fig 149

1 Complete linear module


2 Linear drive LS/US
 Linear drives (Fig. 149 Pos.2) may now be serviced
 Reinsert complete linear module
 Recalibrate LS/US doors (see Chap. 6.11.8 "LS door frame final position
when doors are open")

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12.21 Calibrating temperature sensors

12.21.1 Objective

To ensure that temperature sensors lie within the required limit values.

Note
Temperature sensors are calibrated by the manufacturer.
Maximum tolerance: +/-1°C at 93°C
(Temperature sensors for drying (NTC2) and DI tank (NTC4) need not be
checked. These are not relevant to the process.

12.21.2 Using calibrated reference sensor

 Remove coarse and fine screens from the washing chamber (see Chap. 12.8
"Cleaning fine screens and coarse screen")
 Download setup settings from device to PC (see Chap. 9 "Downloading the
control software")
 In the analysis module "Step over", run thermal disinfection at 93°C for ap-
prox. 3 min.

Step over
Program P1-P6?
 Press button . Door opens

Danger
Steam may be discharged as soon as door opens! This can cause burn inju-
ries or trigger the smoke detector.

 Measure temperature at control sensor NTC1 and monitoring sensor NTC5


in tub sump.
 In Setup/Config2, enter Offset for NTC1 and NTC5 until the value in the "Ad-
justed" field agrees with the reference sensor

 Reload adjusted values to the device with Washer/Write to Washer, and save
on PC with File/Safe

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12.21.3 Using calibrating bath

 Immerse NTC1 and NTC5 in tub sump in calibrating bath at 93°C.

Note
Dryer-calibrators are unsuitable, as the sensor is too short.
Maximum tolerance: +/-1°C at 93°C

 If the values are outside the tolerance range, the respective sensor must be
corrected (see Chap. 6.11.6 "Calibrating the temperature sensors")

12.22 Automatic loading and unloading (optional)


For correct and intended operation and maintenance it is absolutely necessary
to follow the instructions supplied with the automated loading and unloading
module.

Fig 206

1 Rack
2 Emergency Stop
3 Operating buttons
4 Automatically driven rollers
5 Automatic loading and unloading module

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13 Disposal
13.1 Disposing of packaging material
Packaging material (cardboard, plastic, wood, EPS polystyrene etc.) is labelled
according to type and should as far as possible be recycled and disposed of with-
out causing environmental pollution.

13.2 Disposal of the device


The old device is not worthless waste material. If disposed of appropriately, the
raw materials can be recovered and re-used. Make sure that the device is dis-
posed of in accordance with current locally applicable government laws and reg-
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14 Conformity and certifications

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Organisation Belimed AG

15 Organisation Belimed AG
15.1 Manufacturer
Belimed AG, Dorfstrasse 4, CH-6275 Ballwil (Switzerland)
Phone +41 41 449 78 88
Fax +41 41 449 78 89
info@belimed.ch

15.2 Subsidiaries, Customer Service

Austria Germany Branch Office West


Belimed GmbH Belimed Deutschland GmbH Belimed Sauter AG
Grüne Lagune Edisonstrasse 7a Ehrlenauweg 17
8350 Fehring 84453 Mühldorf am Inn Phone +41 31 720 44 55
Phone +43 3155 40 6990 Phone +49 8631 9896 0 Fax +41 31 720 44 50
Fax +43 3155 40 699 10 Fax +49 8631 9896 300 info.west@belimed-sauter.ch
info@belimed.at info@belimed.de
Belgium Branch Office West United Kingdom
Belimed SA Belimed Deutschland GmbH Belimed Limited
Rue de Clairvaux 8 Emil-Hoffmann-Strasse 27 Unit 4 Newbuildings Place
1348 Louvain-La-Neuve 50996 Köln Dragons Green Road
Phone +32 10 42 02 40 Phone +49 2236 9642 0 West Sussex, RH13 8GQ
Fax +32 10 42 02 49 Fax +49 2236 9642 200 Phone +44 1403 738 811
info@belimed.be info.west@belimed.de Fax +44 1403 730 830
info@belimed.co.uk
China Netherlands USA
Belimed Medical Equipment Belimed B.V. Belimed Inc.
(Shanghai) Co. Ltd Energieweg 8 2284 Clements Ferry Road
CaiLun Road 780 6658 AD Beneden-Leeuwen Charleston, SC 29492
ZhangJiang Hi-Tech Park Phone +31 487 59 11 00 Phone +001 843 216 7424
201203 Pudong, Shanghai Fax +31 487 59 15 90 Fax +001 843 216 7707
Phone +86 21 513 709 98 info@belimed.nl info@belimed.us
Fax +86 21 513 709 96
info@belimed.cn
France Slovenia Other Countries Medical
Belimed SAS Belimed d.o.o. Belimed AG
Parc GIVIO Kosovelova cesta 2 Dorfstrasse 4
330 Allée des Hetres, Hall E 1290 Grosuplje 6275 Ballwil
69760 Limonest Phone +386 1 7866 010 Phone +41 41 449 78 88
Phone +33 4 37 41 63 03 Fax +386 1 7866 011 Fax +41 41 449 78 89
Fax +33 4 37 41 63 04 info@belimed.si info@belimed.ch
info@belimed.fr
Pharma Switzerland Other Countries Pharma
Belimed SAS Belimed Sauter AG Belimed Sauter AG
Parc Espale Zelgstrasse 8 Zelgstrasse 8
1, av. Pierre Pflimlin 8583 Sulgen 8583 Sulgen
68390 Sausheim Phone +41 71 644 85 00 Phone +41 71 644 85 00
Phone +33 3 89 63 65 40 Fax + 41 71 644 86 00 Fax + 41 71 644 86 00
Fax +33 3 89 63 65 41 info@belimed-sauter.ch info@belimed-sauter.ch
info@belimed.fr Fig 150

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Notes

16 Notes

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